The very peculiar & secretive artist RAHM that I found last month, brings another bitter-sweet piece.
In contrast to the melancholic & deep "that kinda dead feeling on the inside (yeah yeah yeah yeah)", his new single "mind flight" carries a certain groove and even positivism - but still carrying the signature nostalgia and after-hours-feel that we've heard before. He elaborates:
I think pac-man became so huge because it's a depiction of what happens constantly inside a person's head. Each moment I'm off collecting self-points and simultaneously trying to avoid my own wiggling thought ghosts. The song is about that wonderfully human process of constantly fleeing yourself.
"mind flight" is taken from So Close But So Far (stylized SO CLOSE BUt s o º o ˚ ˚ ˚ ˚ f ƒ ª a r ® ˚) - the upcoming album via Made Records - due 8 October.