The Mumbai/Kerala artist taps producer-guitarist Keshav Dhar from Skyharbor for her song about acceptance
Adapting a altering sonic footprint during the pop song home, Mumbai artist Arunaja’s most contemporary single “For Who I Am” sees her take on an spectacular prog and alt-rock avatar, with help from Skyharbor’s guitarist-producer Keshav Dhar.
For the preliminary section of its simply about four-minute duration, Arunaja introspects over because it shall be somber piano arrangements that she’s written and restful. The tune builds step by step into breathy rock arrangements, now not too a long way a long way from the contemporary rock home, with Arunaja layering it with operatic vocal melodies. In its closing minute, Dhar and Arunaja initiate into a pop-meets-prog-and-alt-rock crescendo, paying homage to artists admire Evanescence.
Arunaja says in an announcement, “The song talks about acceptance in a relationship, no topic its form. Steadily, persons are inclined to neglect that even in relationships there needs to be home for self-expression and evolution.” In her plea for both companions to commence as much as each and each assorted and “shatter the walls and assemble belief in a relationship,” “For Who I Am” is equal substances openhearted because it is a long way resolute. She provides in her commentary, “It’s upsetting to be vulnerable and entirely bare, with all one’s heart, to let someone in, due to of the fear of now not being popular or understood.”
Within the works for about nine months, “For Who I Am” follows Arunaja’s sprawling single “Sport,” which released in August 2021. While “Sport” – co-restful by Finnish artist Ossi Jauhiainen – targeted on solutions of belief and prayer, “For Who I Am” is driven by the angst of a relationship. “The song is set being a staunch and inaccurate human. No lies, deceit, or excuses; accurate undeniable soul-baring and letting someone in, exhibiting them who one genuinely is, hoping the entire whereas that they obtained’t be fazed and walk away your aspect.”