American Electropop artist Mokita creates just released his sincerest track yet, entitled “Room For Another”. The artist had this to say about the song’s background:
The song is about the transition of letting someone else into your life. I envisioned it as this two-fold idea; one was on the level of someone occupying this physical space, like the space in a house, and the other was a more metaphysical space where you’re making room emotionally for someone else. The whole time I was working on the record, I had this mental snapshot of this house sitting on top of a mountain, and you’re there by yourself just dreaming about sharing it with someone.
“Room For Another” drips in an ethereal honesty that involves a simple production. It only features a drum, bass, and piano as the artist wanted the lyrics and melody to be the main focus. You can hear the feelings of longing and hopefulness emitting for the melodies, especially the vocal ones, as Mokita composes with such bareness and openness. The intimate setting with limited instrumentation is gorgeous but also relatable as listeners can find solace in this song’s warm sounds. A perfect song to reflect with as the Northern Hemisphere enters into the season of spring, a chance of rebirth and for a change.
Make sure to listen to “Room For Another” down below. What do you think of it? Let me know in the comments!
About the Artist: Mokita
Mokita grew up in a small town in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and later in western North Carolina. He found music at a young age, started piano lessons at age five, and picked up the guitar at 12, quickly realizing he would prefer to write original compositions instead of playing those others wrote. But it wasn’t until he moved to Nashville at 24 years old that he began to cut his teeth as a prolific songwriter and collaborator. Mokita has seen notable success over the past few years, with over 400 million streams across his releases and an upcoming U.S. tour with slenderbodies.
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