Charly Fez is a Piano player, composer and arranger based in Paris. His compositions linger around minimalistic and simple spaces; gratifying the listener with elegant moments of melody and sound. Listening to him feels weightless, as even the most knotted emotions unfurl with seamless grace. His latest release is ‘Too Late For Pessimism’, a ruminative piece that dangles on the fringes of perspective.

Each piano line shimmers with contemplation. It’s as if each line is a thought, silently forming, rising, mingling with other thoughts and slowly ebbing away. The artist infuses it with a lot of ambient quotients, light and shadows for mellow dimensions. And like an impressionist painting, it takes commonplace frames and turns it into something delightfully artistic. You’ll see abstractions are important features across the soundscape. And so is drama and veiled wisdom. Listen Now!

The artist debuted early this year (2024) with single ‘Sanpo’ and has since released two more to the series. These tracks are potentially leading up to a debut album, in which Charly softly explores the philosophies of living.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Too Late For Pessimism’ by Charly Fez here –