Collard has signalled his return with all-new two track project ‘Good Fog’.
Out now, it finds the 27 year old vocalist digging deep, exhuming some vastly personal themes. Continually challenging himself, the project builds on the aesthetic statement of debut album ‘Unholy’ while also sketching out new climes.
Zach Nahome comes in on production, while SO Bureau assist on artist curation. Two songs that represent different facets of his soul, ‘Wylin’ Out’ deals with “untamed carnal desire and unfiltered self-certainty”.
As contrast, the blissful falsetto on ‘Time’ has a societal push, dealing with disconnection, and displacement.
“Two songs chosen to exhibit an internal push and pull between senseless elation and morbid consciousness during a vigorously obscure time.”
Tune in now.