‘Alone’ is a “psychedelic rock piece I made in my bedroom about thinking about suicide,” denoted Stefan Le Noach. A happy-go-lucky guy, with darkened embers at his being, writes songs to think about the heaviness of life and its ever assaulting anger and frustrations.
Actual versus a thought-exercise, the creative juices flow as Stefan wants to be put on the other man’s shoes – walking and playing with the devices of life, at its core.
A contrast, of which, we all can relate to, as we cover our deepest yearnings, over that vail of culture and prospects of shame.
The contrasts are what Stefan seeks, as even the most capable have these contrasting thoughts.