Newcastle UK born singer/songwriter Kristian Marr settles scores with ‘Space and Time’. A song of refreshing and reflective vibes, concentrating in a vessel of confidence and indie pop goodness.
“‘Space and Time’ captures the ups and downs of daily mental health,” said Kristian. “It shows the frustrations of isolation and not being able to fit in after its destruction but at the same time grounding you and preparing for the days to come. The song was written and recorded before Covid-19 and yet it feels so fitting. I don’t think we need to be locked in to feel isolated however this pandemic has made us all subject to that struggle. It explores feeling lost within oneself and seeking to find answers in a world you feel alien from.”
Raised in the South East of England, Kristian lived and played the London music scene with numerous artists and toured across Europe. He has now moved to Barcelona seeking new influence on his music and song writing. He writes about his past and presents stories in his life whatever good or bad.
It’s a long ways to go. Life is filled with potholes and challenges. Within the scheme of the Universe, we’re just a very short blip of opportunities and actions. Many others have not been granted the chance to see and experience the world as we live today.
Isolated, we all are. It’s a perspective that we all should remind us of, here and again.
For maybe, just maybe, we’ll seek that betterment, for brothers – for sisters.