I started writing music before writing ads.
Check out Soundcloud (1, 2) or this YouTube channel for my really bad singing voice.

I struggled with this song for the longest time, having written only the first two lines in the beginning. When my grandma passed away in 2014, I finally got the emotional kick to finish it. The lyrics speak to that last moment on earth, when you’re waiting to be taken to the afterlife and know that all your problems soon won’t matter anymore—the calm anticipation of finally being at peace with yourself. Or, if you want to be less morbid than me, think about it as that last moment before you start the rest of your life with your one true love and you just know it’s going to be so, so good. Because what is heaven if not that?

Shot and edited by Eugenia Clara.

Some songs take forever to write, some take just one good talk and a pew pints. This is one of those. The lyrics are about that moment when you accept the person in front of you is not going to be the one (if the one really exists at all). And you’re inevitably a little melancholic about going back to square one on your own again, but actually you feel more hopeful knowing your true love is still out there waiting to be found. I guess in a way this is my own “Someone Like You”.

Shot and edited by Eugenia Clara.