It was the one day of summer when Mike tweeted me to write him a song.
Soon after we had a long talk, one I think we haven't stopped since, and I just wrote "Keep Changing Me" the very same night. Indeed, it was an outpouring experience, one rarely happening that fast and efficiently - if one can use this word for art and music. Most probably, being asked as a songwriter lifted a burden in me, too.
How can we say and what in life, these days?
How can we stay relevant in this contemporary era of industry made music?
First and foremost, by staying authentic.
Reaching to our roots, speaking about our fears and true joys - we all have them, we just need to find that connection and that form to speak up. Especially nowadays, when generations seem to have lost their voices due to rampant numbness and ignorance rampant in societies.
"Keep Changing Me" is a love song and an ode to our vulnaribility: longing for actual connection.
The way Mike Tyler sings it really like a man, in the truest possible meaning: looking back, recognizing, admitting, taking responsibility for his personal need to grow, that's the honesty this song needs.
I wrote this song to bridge gaps inside ourselves and in between lovers.
Because that's what it is, at the end, the act of love what matters in life the most.
Stay tuned for more!
Blessing to you all,