“A lot of the questions in ‘Fear’ come up when we’re dealing with a lot of stress and difficult situations, and right now everyone is connected by having to deal with something enormous,” sated Siv Disa. “I think everyone’s dealing with their own fears in that way.”
Break with reality, and the impending constitution of your humanity. Collate the anthem, in a binary allusion, decked in the silhouette of radical assertions, damp with tears of the unknown.
Produced with friend and collaborator Sam and the Sea, dreamy drum patterns and analog synths phase into a warm, enveloping atmosphere that orbits around introspective lyrics.
It’s easy to find yourself comfortably lost in the production, but closer dissection of the lyrics reveal the song’s true, poignant nature.
Self-critical mindsets. Deliberate resonance of the most personal.
‘Fear’ is a fascinating look inside Siv Disa’s mind.
What makes Siv Disa tick, is all of us.
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It's a comin. I wrote fear a long time ago, but in the age of corona it's really taken on a new meaning. It seems like there's nothing but the unknown these days, be it health, employment, education, everything really. I'm really proud of the work that went into both the song and the video, thx to @samandthesea for their work on both, but especially the sick disco production. If you'd like to hear it next week, follow my artist page on spotify at the link in my bio. Thanks n have a good one ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆