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Simon Alexander – White Light

A defiance to the emotional norm.



Across the damned waste of our hearts’ desires, there will be sweet rendering and introspective prosecution. Simon Alexander’s White Light deems that future of love and sorrow and worried beckoning, through the eyes of the environment, it manifests.

3rd Person, out of body examination on emotions and feelings not fully occupied – these, inherently encumber and hesitating our actions.

Weakness in skin, not being comfortable in our skin, feeling oddly out of touch – within our skins. The dying of that sentiment perspires and glorifies the defeated mentality.

I’m awake.

I’m not awake.

Try your best.

Don’t let it get to you.

What am I doing?

What are you going to do?

Fanciful exultation of mind and body, in pronounced exclamation becomes a disappointment – it let’s us down.

We cry – even within, in silence.

We cry – like thunder in the vast wilderness.

But we’re alone. So, alone.

Remember the bumps on the road, but remember her smile – her approving smile.

Her eyes confirmed that she loved you.

You can get there again.

Simon (Simon Alexander Göthberg) predicts the un-ending struggles, our little cries for help. Within his lyrics and his vocal pronouncements make us take note.

It’s a hard world – let’s chip away – for disappointments are the norm – let’s learn and move forward.

On February 15th 2017, the debut EP titled ‘Won’t Be Found’ was released digitally.

We dig Simon’s tone and musical eloquence.



“There is nothing more to be said or to be done tonight, so hand me over my violin and let us try to forget for half an hour the miserable weather and the still more miserable ways of our fellowmen.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle