In the beginning of January of this year out went my first ever music compilation in a form of an album – Exhale. It was a collection of songs done within the past 5 or so years. I was initially scared, but quickly enough I made peace with it – at least it no longer rots on the hard drive, right? Exhale is available everywhere; Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer to name a few.
But, even though I've told people continuously that I no longer make music for the past year or so – mostly because I didn't think I'd release any new stuff – I've actually been working on something in complete secrecy for all that time.
It's very, very different from anything I've done before. Recorded on my MacBook in a variety of hostel rooms, dorms and even on the street, it's not really anything of professional quality, but then again neither was my previous album and it doesn't matter a single bit for me.
Inhale is the new album and currently available on SoundCloud in all its 12-track glory. Go check it out – or don't. I might eventually put it out on all the streaming platforms as well, but that is a tedious amount of work I'd rather not bother myself with right now.
As for the naming of the albums, well, it's much simpler than one would think. Exhale was all about letting all the old out and Inhale is all about letting all the new in.