In her debut album, Samantha Liza reflects on the highs and lows of human emotion,

Samantha Lizar Complete immersion in the music industry enables him to connect with his artistic on a mental level. “On the one hand, I like to be involved in basically every aspect of the music industry. On the other hand, it requires a lot of energy and time, ”he admits. “The most compelling part of bringing music to life is the initial moment when one of two things happens: 1) randomly an idea strikes me that seems to come out of the blue or 2) the dots are finally connected after I spend some time jamming on a new project Number one is certainly much more satisfying because the random strike of inspiration makes me feel that I am a medium. I felt the urge to sing some songs, which made me think ‘now someone outside is sorry’ and maybe that’s why I felt that urge. When I make music, I channel feelings, thoughts, moods, vibes – whatever. Why not – and hopefully people will relate to it. “

Her debut album is a meditation on an unexpected whirlwind of emotions that can sometimes bring to life. “The last day, Which refers to Days of Extremely Nonsensical Drama, the biggest creative project I’ve ever worked on (so far). This is my first baby. The last day A collection of thoughts, feelings and experiences. When we feel intense emotion towards someone for the first time in a long time, it can be universal. When you’re in it, it feels like you’re feeling tunnel vision. Everything and nothing is understood at the same time. When we fall in love, sometimes we see it coming, other times we don’t and you suddenly feel this overwhelming feeling for someone. This person has your heart, but you are not the tunnel aspect, everything is clear and your mind is at ease. Sometimes, when we are with someone, they bring the best in us. Other times, they bring out the worst. And, without experiencing so many different, unique moments – there is no way to know yourself truly and deeply – there is really no way to grow. Lonely moment. Moments with others. The last day It’s a reflection of the many moments I have felt and experienced. ”

Even as these moments ebb and flow, the feudal lord is confident that the resonance of his album will endure. “It’s very interesting because I feel like I’m constantly learning, growing and evolving and similarly, a lot of the songs on this album are no longer representative of who I am or how I feel. But, today when I listen to the album and especially when I listen to it with others around me, I realize that it doesn’t matter if I no longer identify with some of the tracks on the album. Someone else will, and as long as someone else does, that’s important. “In his mind, connection makes human existence meaningful.” I want you to think about three questions: 1) What’s important to you? 2) What makes you feel alive? 3) Why? … People are tribal in nature. Any secrets. I spent a lot of time thinking about the meaning of life. When I was younger, I was fascinated by astronomy. I wanted to understand the universe. The more I learned, the more I questioned why something was important. At the end of the day, we all die, and eventually humans as we know it will probably no longer exist, and maybe the universe itself will collapse, and so, in the end nothing matters. But, the more I looked inside, the more I understood myself, the more I grew up. I began to appreciate relativity: not only in the sense that ‘everything is relative’ and ‘everything is subjective’ and ‘well it depends on your point of view’, but also in the sense of what is important now. Today. How I treat you and how you treat me is important. How I feel about you and how you feel about me. Because at the end of the day, you are human and I understand what it feels like to be human. To hear, to see, to feel honored, to be honored. To feel love. That’s what’s important. My relationship with myself is important. My relationships with my family, friends, colleagues. My partner. That is my purpose. It’s a lot like a Schrodinger cat. It is not dead or alive until it is observed. There is nothing in the air. So yes, life is empty without unity. ”

He firmly believes that platonic relationships should be valued as much as romantic relationships. “I think it’s really important to have a strong platonic relationship. I know a lot of people, but I have a really small group of close friends and these people are so important to me. There aren’t too many movies about a platonic love that changes your life. All your needs and desires cannot be met by one person. It is unrealistic and quite openly unfair. It’s asking a lot of that one person, and well, would you expect yourself to answer your partner’s every wish and need? No. That’s why friendship. “A healthy social biome requires many forms and sources of affection and intimacy.” To truly love someone, and to know oneself in the true sense, means you understand that the whole world doesn’t revolve around this partnership. You’re just outside your romantic relationship. You can’t have a life, but you can feel deeply connected to others and love them. I love my close friends, and I prefer to spend time with them because these relationships are as important to me as my relationship with my romantic partner. “

He acknowledges that society is chemically involved in allowing romantic relationships to consume everyone else. “Consider oxytocin: ‘medicine of love.’ It is a naturally occurring drug that we can abuse unless we are sexually aroused or in love. I think we were designed this way. It is a hormone that is secreted into your brain during delivery. So, it seems to me that this is probably a survival instinct – so much emphasis on our romantic relationship for us – because that’s how we sustain the human race. ”The solution can only be found by committing to your friends with your partners. Prioritize relationships and continue to nurture them even after you ‘find one’. Don’t disappear. Involve each other. Be included. Celebrate special moments together. Tell each other you love each other. Hey, maybe write about it too. Hahaha. Just have them for each other and don’t accept them for granted. Come to a conclusion. Now looking at my tracklist, I find myself guilty of putting too much emphasis on romantic relationships. But, my platonic relationships were heavily involved in the process of making my album, so my emphasis on my platonic relationships comes in the sense of the time spent together. On my next album, there will be at least one song about the platonic relationship. There, I said it. ”

The feudal lord wants The last day Galvanize self-discovery. “I hope my album will encourage listeners to do one of two things: to feel and / or to reflect. The feeling driven by music is a special experience. Personally, when I listen to music that not only sounds good but also tells a funny story, I become omnivorous and can’t focus on anything else. I hope my listeners will feel the same way when they hear my album. For, the process of making an album was a journey, and I learned a lot about myself – and others – throughout it. Hopefully the audience will learn too. ” One of her most cherished gifts from this introspective album. “I learned that I am a very sensitive and emotional person. I learned that I am driven and disciplined, and I complete what I set out to do. The power of expression, as some call it, is really just a combination of having a point of view and following that point of view over time, and perhaps a little bit of luck. Grow. So, you really have to put yourself out there. ” And recognizing your limits can be equally important. “I have learned that although I can do a lot, I am not invincible and sometimes I have to take breaks. I learned to listen to my body. My mind. Learned to value time alone. My relationship with me has evolved to a significant extent throughout the process of making this album and I am eternally grateful for that. ”Perhaps our greatest potential for love is found in our hidden ability to fall in love with ourselves.

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Samantha Liza’s debut album, “Last Days” Photo Credit: Yulia Sky.