Every track is different.
Which one speaks to you?
A driving, anxiety-fueled trip through a mental health crisis. Heavy guitars and screams with a touch of carnival ride madness.
An arthouse, space rock tale of a mid-apocalyptic interstellar exodus, based on the sci-fi book "Gypsy" by Carter Scholz.
An acoustic, atmospheric tribute to a survivor of anorexia and acute depression.
A thoughtful pop song with acoustic styling and modern production. An outsider's perspective on a troubled but beautiful soul. Featuring and co-written by Merlot of The Bitter Elegance.
A angry, electric guitar driven reflection on being emotionally cut to pieces.
An experimental, abstract, world music flavored retelling of a homeless man's life story.
A struggle between lust and guilt set to an electronic rock track. Reminiscent of Nine Inch Nails.
A should-have-been-vinyl pop/rock poetic search for peace of mind. The payoff at the end is worth the slow build.
A physics-themed appeal at love, with a touch of spoken word in the style of Stephen Hawking. Starts off as new romantic pop, then gets a little heavier with guitars.
A funky rock song dedicated to malignant narcissists. It's got a good beat and you can dance to it.
A climate protest song with a Latin beat, including a sampled speech by Greta Thunberg.
Boy meets girl, girl abuses boy. A post-punk lyrical snapshot of childhood sexual assault.
A dreamy, angsty love song over a backdrop of violins and pounding drums.
A modern outlaw song set to heavy guitars and a sampled Harley-Davidson '64 Panhead.
A psychedelic tribute to Suki Waterhouse and her performance in the film "The Bad Batch". (The film also features Keanu Reeves and Jason Momoa.)