Far Caspian – ‘Pet Architect’

Far Caspian release new single/video ‘Pet Architect’

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Far Caspian image via Jacob Cracknell

On ‘Pet Architetct,’ Far Caspian builds interest in his forthcoming new album The Last Remaining Light.

Leeds, UK-based Irish musician Joel Johnston (Far Caspian) has shared his latest track off his upcoming album. The track, ‘Pet Architect,’ is a song that conjures up feelings of being left in the past.

As Joel explains:

“I wrote ‘Pet Architect’ after a Crohn’s flare-up I had on tour that made me feel alienated from the rest of the group,” explains Johnston. “I try my best not to feel sorry for myself or dwell on my situation but certain times have pushed me into frustration. In that moment, all I wanted was to feel ‘normal’ instead of lying on the floor in pain in the airport baggage claim. Whenever I got home I was in the headspace of wishing I was back to how I was before my diagnosis. I was reading about Japanese architecture and how they filled in tiny spaces on the street between buildings with condensed buildings and I felt like that worked as a metaphor for how I felt being pushed into an illness that wasn’t there previously.”

‘Pet Architect’ is out today. The Last Remaining Light is out July 14 via Tiny Library Records.

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