Malaysian Singer-Songwriter Froya has released her long-awaited personal project, a brand-new EP Creature
If her 2015 debut album Panic Bird was created in the process of exploring and discovering a deeper meaning to making music, the new 3-track EP – produced throughout Covid-19 lockdown in Malaysia – speaks of a far more matured vulnerability, of unlimited choices, but also seeing things in a different perspective while learning to morph into different skins in different situations.
“It’s not a being, and it’s not a perfect being either. Creature somehow manifested into something on its own during this period. What I loved about the end product was that it spoke with honesty, and that it came from a fragile but sincere place,” explains Froya. “It’s exactly the same as growing up, isn’t it? Over the years, I’ve grown a lot more in terms of music technicality, as an artist, and as a person. I’ve definitely shed a lot of insecurities from before. It’s more stripped down and minimal.“
Listen to Creature on Spotify, below:
Photo Credit: Froya