Kuhad’s love is in the air(waves)

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Ever since Pra­teek Kuhad burst into the in­die scene around 2013 with his mel­liflu­ous songs, he’s been build­ing a for­mi­da­ble rep­u­ta­tion for him­self. That rep­u­ta­tion is now only go­ing to grow stronger with the re­lease of his lat­est EP, cold/mess. It con­tains six love songs that are as del­i­cate as a fluffy cot­ton­wood seed float­ing in the air. “It is about love, heartache, angst, and con­flict — a con­flict brought about by a re­la­tion­ship that on a deeper level may pos­si­bly be flawed,” Kuhad says, speak­ing of the EP’s lyri­cal themes. He adds that each of the six songs are “part anec­do­tal and part fic­tional, fused to con­vey a very spe­cific and per­sonal emo­tion.”

“They move to­gether and at­tempt to tell a story,” he ex­plains. And the tracks have al­ready cre­ated a buzz among fans, with peo­ple swoon­ing over the mu­si­cian in the com­ments sec­tion. We liked the song called For Your Time the best, which is slightly more up­beat than all the oth­ers. Give the EP a lis­ten, we rec­om­mend.

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