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Lua Faye ‘Hazy’ : Before things go our way, maybe ‘bumps and bruises’ are in order for us to grow. Life expects it.

Lua Faye

“To be honest I wrote this song when I was hypomanic, a week before spiraling out of control and being admitted to a mental hospital,” said Lua Faye. “Lol it’s funny because the song is pretty upbeat, it’s chill but the message is deceptively sad. I wrote it about my best friend who no longer wanted to speak to me. It was quite literally driving me crazy, hence the song title: Hazy.”

“The world insists upon it; bestowing inspirations so we can’t help but create things. We can’t help but write poems, film videos, paint pictures. It’s in our DNA, these works. And it’s our duty as mediums to bring forth the jewels hidden within us.”

Lustful and spirited, ‘Hazy’ is of regrets and arm’s length release of passions for the better or worse. Life as it is will be as complicated or not, as the charms of living reveals at a slow and unwinding pace.

We’re impatient by nature. We want it all. But before things go our way, maybe ‘bumps and bruises’ are in order for us to grow.

“I’m not in this for the fame. Nor for some external reward,” added Lua for her fans. “I may never be world-renowned or get signed to a major record label (though yes, that would be nice). And you know what? That’s totally okay with me. I can stay at this level and be fine with it cause I get such joy from completing projects. From hearing the final product and going /fuck yeah, that’s a banger/ even if less than 1k on Soundcloud listens to it. I have no idea how the music industry works, but I’m here to leave my legacy behind anyway. It makes me endlessly happy to conjure up songs. This is who I am. This is what I love..”

Word, Lua. Word.

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We don't choose to be artists. The world insists upon it; bestowing inspirations so we can't help but create things. We can't help but write poems, film videos, paint pictures. It's in our DNA, these works. And it's our duty as mediums to bring forth the jewels hidden within us. I'm not in this for the fame. Nor for some external reward. I may never be world-renowned or get signed to a major record label (though yes, that would be nice). And you know what? That's totally okay with me. I can stay at this level and be fine with it cause I get such joy from completing projects. From hearing the final product and going /fuck yeah, that's a banger/ even if less than 1k on Soundcloud listens to it. I have no idea how the music industry works, but I'm here to leave my legacy behind anyway. It makes me endlessly happy to conjure up songs. This is who I am. This is what I love 😌♡ I hope you do what you do for it's own sake, and for happiness

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