Tuarrah is an artist from Brooklyn that tells stories through music, art and design. They draw just as much influence from James Whistler and John Singer Sargent as they do from Radiohead and D’Angelo.
Theater on My Roof is a track from Tuarrah’s new LP Lying On Our Backs and it sounds so good. I like the bright atmosphere. Besides, the vocals are smooth. Furthermore, I am also a fan of the solid hooks and cinematic elements.
Speaking about the track, Tuarrah says: ”Two years ago, I found myself lying on my back in the snow in the middle of the night. I had just finished a recording session with friends in New Hampshire. Several of us decided to hike out into the woods across from the White Mountains. We didn’t say anything to each other, but just stopped and laid there for awhile as snowflakes danced on our faces.
I thought about our vulnerability and receptiveness when we’re in this position: lying on our backs. It is something that we do when we’re asleep, when we’re making love, or when we’re communing with the snowy ground. I wrote a collection of songs with this in mind, for a gesture that unifies us in our vulnerability.”
Tuarrah never disappoints, their music is something else. Theater on My Roof defines the meaning of art. Start streaming it now!
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