top of page
  • Writer's pictureangad singh bedi

Melancholic Melody : Reflecting on losing a loved one with Seaker's 'Strange Old Thing'

Kiran Hungin, known in the music circle as Seaker, has returned to the stage with her latest release ‘Strange Old Thing’. Based out of London, United Kingdom, Seaker’s music encompasses the listener with her unique choice of sounds from delicate yet haunting piano parts to slide guitar with breathtaking vocal harmonies.


SEAKER-IMAGE

SEAKER


The song talks about love and pain and how these juxtaposing feelings give us something to hold onto and see beauty in the most painful of experiences.

 

 

Produced at her home studio, ‘Strange Old Thing’ is a powerful anthem about the aftermath of losing an important relationship and how that shapes the future. The song talks about love and pain and how these juxtaposing feelings give us something to hold onto and see beauty in the most painful of experiences. Straight off the bat, Seaker sets the mood starting with a soothing slide guitar and a calm, lo-fi beat transporting the listener into a sonic landscape of peace and from there gradually progressing into huge beautiful vocal harmonies enabling the listener to experience the feeling of losing something central in your life. 


Listen to this track -


Discover more melodies like this -



0 comments

Comentarios


bottom of page