Nashville singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Mokita, sings for and to your heart, in ‘Down’.
“I’ve had some really rough seasons in my life where my depression was just so bad and I didn’t feel like I was ever going climb out of it, but through those times I’ve had some close friends who have walked with me through those seasons; who have encouraged me and just been present,” Mokita said. “I think the theme of this song was really just a letter to those friends who are going through those things, and to anyone who is having a hard time. Everybody needs a friend to walk with them through the hard seasons and sometimes just being present, being available to listen, and being faithful, is the best way to love someone through those times.”
You seem alone and the world feels as though it’s against you in all the ways you can count. Nothing seems to be going as planned. No inkling of love is found in the fallen leaves of your life.
But one day, you’ll wake up to find that all of that was a mirage, only. That there are things and persons in this world that cares for you and your well-being. Something that we, in our frail make up, can relate to, no matter the degree.
Let’s hold on. So that we can find out.
Mokita has done collaborations with Ella Vos, R3HAB, Lost Frequencies, and Gavin Haley, as well as remixes for Maggie Rogers, Betty Who, and Daya.