Austria based artist OSKA prevails in presenting the whims of love, its understated dream-like violence, and its unmistakable delight in the ebbs and flows of confusion.
But in the light of it all, we are animals, hesitant and delivered by the experience of our emotions – together in pain and pleasure.
“A lot of my songs deal with some manifestation of trading gold for a honeymoon phase,” OSKA said. “This particular song is about losing oneself in a relationship for something that in itself isn’t built to last: a honeymoon phase.”
Lesson isn’t in the ending of such trials and tribulations. It is in the fact that it ever existed in the first place. Accepting and enjoying, even when short – that’s where we thrive and live for another day.
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hello, my friends & I made a performance video for the @wavesvienna festival 🎥 There‘s gonna be a public viewing of the video on the 10th of September @ WUK Hof in Vienna at 18:40 – 19:10 I cannot tell you how proud I am of the video we made <3 It‘s a half-hour one shot in which we are performing songs nobody's heard yet except for my mom. I wouldn‘t tell you to watch anything that had so many close-ups of my face if I wasn‘t 100% convinced some of you might actually really like it. So I‘m asking you to be there with me on the 10th at WUK, have a beer, watch the video together, talk and make some waves. photo, makeup & hair by @leni_mb (of course)