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Zac Pajak ‘Parachute’ : The devastation is surreal. But Zac knows. Things can’t be stationary, and we must move on.

Zac Pajak / Photo: provided by artist

London-based Zac Pajak’s ‘Parachute’ was produced by Jake Gosling. ‘Parachute’ is taken from Zac’s upcoming debut EP ‘Early Hours’ set for Summer 2020.

Said Zac: “Parachute is the summer heartbreak anthem for anyone getting over a relationship, having been messed around for too long. It’s about that empowering moment where the heartache disappears, and we finally realise that we’re actually better off without someone.

“I’m a lot happier in my relationships now,” continued Zac, “but it’s a snapshot where I was at a certain point that I think a lot of people can relate to. I was fed up of getting hurt and it was time to get over it and walk away.”

The artist started out busking in the London suburbs and producing his own material from a home-made studio in his parents’ garden shed. And now, in the best form of his musical life, Zac’s golden vocals, tinged in angst and curiosities, tell stories that are reminiscent of our inner selves.

When another human being, who you thought knew what the deal was, walks away from you – and everything else emotionally – the devastation is surreal. But Zac knows. Things can’t be stationary, and we must move on. Even the bad parts of life, becomes a memory to behold for another time.

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