Introduce us to your music!
Simple. Real. Emotional.
How did you start out?
I have been creating music for more than ten years. In the beginning, I had been producing songs, but after a while, I realised that writing songs came easy to me, so I decided that it is time. At first, I was creating electronic music but realized that it’s not something I would listen to, and it is not me so I decided to form a band. I knew that it is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. At this time I already finished recording my first solo album at my studio at home, but then something horrible happened. My apartment was robbed and I lost all the material, plus around 130 songs I made over the years. I needed to start over so I formed a new band with my friends, now known as The Suns. I never gave up on my dream and I knew I needed to make a solo album. I’ve been so focused on the project, I have been creating music literally every day for more than a year, and I loved every second of it! The rest is history.
Describe the sound.
I would say simple. I base my music on emotions. I really enjoy the writing process, so I think that I focus on that. But in terms of sound itself, it is probably somewhere between folk and pop.
What influences your craft?
My biggest influence is everyday life, I based my writing mostly on my own memories or feelings so my music is a sort of a notebook.
What makes your project different?
It is difficult to say – I think that all of us are different. From a physiological point of view we are all the same, but we experience life very differently from one to another. The fact that it is made from my own experience with life means that it is different than every other artist out there.
When introducing people to your music, what song should they hear first? What is your quintessential track?
The only new song available now is TEARS, so let’s start there.
What has been the biggest struggle in your career so far?
The biggest struggle was financing the recording and producing process. I am a working man so all the money I earn I pushed into creating my solo album which came with a certain cost – while investing in one you lack money for the other. I was also struggling with finding the right producer, who would understand me and the project. After a long journey, I found just the right one.
What has been the biggest highlight in your career so far?
Sharing my art with others and I’ve played on some big festivals in my country, which I really enjoyed.
How bright is the future of your band – what are the plans?
You never know what the next day is going to bring, but the plan, for now, is to release the second single and then finally share my album with the world.
When all is said and done, how would you like to be remembered?
I just want to be remembered by the ones I love. I would like them to have a good feeling while thinking of me.