Feyer is a solo indie pop-rock artist. Drawing from his personal experiences and life as an artist, his narrative dominant songs are a way of connecting to the larger world around him. His creativity manifests both, in the insightful observations he makes and in his soundscape craft. In addition to being thoroughly refreshed by his work, the listener is immersed in dynamic sonic dimensions and emotional parlance. The artist has just released his latest album, Bridging the Gaps. It quite literally dilates and explores the spaces that live beneath the fabric of life. Taken from this album, is the track Working Nights and Weekends in which Feyer extrapolates the reality of being an artist. 

The artist weaves 80s pop and rock styles into shimmering synth frameworks to create a lilting and buoyant canvas. His warm baritones roll through the versatile backdrop, scaling to smooth falsettos and emotional highs; taking the melodies along. The track has plenty of dream accents that embellish and amplify the melancholy of the theme. His vocals are seemingly vibrant but is a carrier for a yearning protagonist who wants to find time to form and enjoy relationships and normal life experiences. 

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

You can listen to Working Nights and Weekends by Feyer here –