SEAKER is Kiran Hungin’s moniker. But harmonic anthems is her game. And in her single ‘Dreaming’ is a goose-bumps inducing synth-pop extravaganza, where it profoundly asks the questions in relationship, and everything in the middle.
That gray middle.
That mystical place of haunting pasts, muddled present, and seemingly unattainable future.
But we all get through it.
One step at a time.
One decadent dream, within dreams.
Fighting. Learning. Fighting, some more.
“I try to make music that is epic and delicate at the same time. I love those spine-tingly moments when there’s an unexpected emotional twist in a song or a tiny whispered vocal moves into a huge layered block of sound. When I was a kid, it was sad, vast, filmic songs that always got me. I think for a long time I associated art with sadness and only took something seriously in an artistic sense if it was melancholic. I think that shows still in how I write, though I also feel very full of hope and wonder… so it’s not all doom and gloom.” – Kiran.
“I often struggle with overactive thoughts and a heavy perspective that can be overwhelming. The world can be a lot, and especially us sensitive souls can easily feel by distressed by the all consuming data-rich world we find ourselves in. I aspire to create a soothing space with my music, a place to let your guard down emotionally and to hopefully feel understood.”