If you’re into smooth listening, “take a pill” in the form of “Sea Change” by Rx Soul. The instrumentals are absolutely divine – slightly experimental but with this full, robust, almost-primal vibe to it all – setting the stage for the artist’s incredible vocals. Not only does Rx Soul seem to have an incredible taste for what works, but he’s completely vulnerable with his work, which gives us a deeper respect for it. “Sea Change” is actually about his own struggle, as he explains, “I wrote this song after realizing that much of my time was spent searching for the next high and relying on finding it. It’s an expression of my own reflection at the time, waking up to where I’d been.”
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