In a world that often seems to be in constant motion, with our minds racing ahead to the future or dwelling on the past, the Australian musical duo Headaches (formerly known as E^ST) and Golden Vessel invite us to take a pause and embrace the present. Following the release of two captivating singles, 'Make it Somehow' and 'Happy Days in Happy Weather', the duo is back with another gem from their upcoming eight-track album, "Making Friends with The Space Around Me".
The latest single, 'I Inhabit My Life (And It Feels So Good)', serves as a vibrant ode to the joy of living in the moment. The essence of the song lies in the celebration of being fully present in one's body and current surroundings. In a world filled with distractions and constant noise, the song is a gentle reminder to let go of the past, stop worrying about the future, and relish the beauty of the present moment. According to Headaches, the song encapsulates the act of "completely giving yourself over to the present moment."
Quoting Headaches, "This song is about being fully present in your body and surroundings, and completely giving yourself over to the present moment." The lyrics resonate with the idea of immersing oneself in the now, allowing the worries to fade away and basking in the simple joy of existence.
Musically, 'I Inhabit My Life' continues the duo's exploration of captivating sounds and unique sonic landscapes. Headaches and Golden Vessel seamlessly blend their individual styles, creating a musical journey that mirrors the thematic essence of the song. The track is a fusion of electronic beats, ethereal melodies, and Headaches' evocative vocals, all coming together to create a sonic experience that transcends the boundaries of genres.