A truly sincere piece of work that is as relatable as it is inspiring.
A welcome break from the outside world.
From fronting former Dork cover stars Spring King to producing some of the hottest new bands around, Tarek Musa has little left to prove.
Not pushing any boundaries, but done well all the same.
Honest tales of self-image, mental health, and public perception.
An indulgent listen, tackling worrisome topics while remaining hopeful and romantic.
Dreamy, almost psychedelic feelings feature alongside grungy tones.
This is an EP that can really hit home, without taking itself too seriously.