Seaker. It’s in the name. The artist, born to an Indian father and English mother, beautifully ties in cross continental sonic aesthetics and ethos to create a distinct plane of adventure, navigation, discovery, and well, seeking. Kiran Hungin dedicates this banner to a consciousness that is ever-curious, ever-seeking, and outward bound. She explores how the world, with all its mystique, ties into moments of his own existence, sentience, and presence. Her latest release is ‘Strange Old Thing’; a fantastic weave that comes alive each time you listen to it. It’s as if the artist breathed a sense of self into the soundscape. You’ll see moments of contemporary pop mixed in with ambient electronica, country accents, urban folk, and eastern instrumentals.

The track delves into the enigma that love holds within itself. Despite experiencing it for millions of years, we as humans have still a lot to discover about it; especially in how incredibly it manifests in our lives. And just as effortlessly vanishes. Binding it to metaphors of nature and personal encounters, the artist enlarges it to a contemplative sphere that the listener can stretch and spread into. Listen Now!

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

You can listen to ‘Strange Old Thing’ by Seaker here –