‘Losun’ came out of a necessity. They say music heals the soul for a reason. His first few singles mainly talk about anxiety and mental disorders. It’s a subject that I like to tackle since it’s been a taboo for so many years, and it seems people are slowly being vocal about it. We’re all going through this human experience alone in a way, so it always helps to feel there’s a togetherness in the experience too. With this single things shifted more towards the emotional side. Sometimes you find yourself at a crossroad, and you may find someone in the same position and share a deep connection with them, but the problem with crossroads is that they do not share the same destination. Losun’s sound has always entered in the indie pop category since it’s more of an unpolished sound, but they try to mix it up a little. The first single was more lofi, the second one had some electronic touches and the latest one borrows a bit from psychedelic rock. Discover ‘Crossroad’ the 2nd May in Formula Indie

‘Losun’ came out of a necessity. They say music heals the soul for a reason. His first few singles mainly talk about anxiety and mental disorders. It’s a subject that I like to tackle since it’s been a taboo for so many years, and it seems people are slowly being vocal about it. We’re all going through this human experience alone in a way, so it always helps to feel there’s a togetherness in the experience too. With this single things shifted more towards the emotional side. Sometimes you find yourself at a crossroad, and you may find someone in the same position and share a deep connection with them, but the problem with crossroads is that they do not share the same destination. Losun’s sound has always entered in the indie pop category since it’s more of an unpolished sound, but they try to mix it up a little. The first single was more lofi, the second one had some electronic touches and the latest one borrows a bit from psychedelic rock. Discover ‘Crossroad’ the 2nd May in Formula Indie

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