There’s nothing like the intriguing buzz from arriving at a new location eager for exploration. When you travel, you won’t just be exposed to new and beautiful landscapes; you’ll meet real, multicultural, thought-provoking human beings who will alter your view of humankind. Through traveling, you come across individuals who have excruciating daily struggles just to simply survive, or have been dealt a hand so awful that it puts your cushy, comfortable life into perspective. Yet most of all, you find the current version of yourself. Traveling to St. Croix to recapture an inner essence and connect with his artistic vision, New England Producer, Temporary Hero, has brought to life his latest LP, ‘Indigo’.
Kicking off with the beautiful title track, “Indigo”, Temporary Hero connects with a kaleidoscopic entryway into the current scope of his colorful spirit and expresses the level of liberation which he has reached within. “Deep Water” is the second track which carries an instrumental element of serenity while lyrically exploring the thought of traveling deep beyond the cloak to uncover mysteries within that have been collected and yet to be confronted. The fourth track, “Shipwrecked”, changes the pace and slows the LP down to put Temporary Hero’s electric vocals on display for listeners to soak up over a calm yet thought-provoking lyrical conveyance of uncertainty.
“Appreciate Me” is the fifth track of healing that reflects upon a time in which Temporary Hero was trapped within a relation that left him feeling unwanted and underappreciated. The seventh track, “Something More Than Paradise” adds a dose of electronic flare as the spark of desire finds its way into the heart of a lover. “Doesn’t Last Forever” is the ninth track that brings to light the exceptional level of diversity that Temporary Hero is able to approach as he bends genres with ease while creating tracks that will enamor listeners of all walks of life and musical preferences. Closing out with “Deeper Water” (Stripped), the acoustic exploration of Temporary Hero’s decision to be a witness to humanity by choice ends the LP with a touch of humbling grace.