Dead Language is about the absurdity of falling in love while the world is falling apart. There are many days that I don’t have anything left to give to my partner because I am emotionally exhausted from the struggle to exist. This is about the exhaustion of the world and the peace and restoration that love brings.
It’s a commitment to be with each other through inflation, chaos, and the (seemingly) end of the world. It made sense to me to have this feel like a happy pop song, because we are always surrounded with doom and gloom. Existing in the chaos requires you to recognize the chaos in the same breath as saying “everything’s alright”. Dead Language is a part of my upcoming full length album about existing in a post-traumatic upbringing, set to release this Fall.
SOURCE: Official Bio