Hear Producer Cosmic Attic’s Guitar Aided Tune ‘In A Mood’
The Bengaluru-based frontman of alternative act Black Letters offers an easygoing new single
Producer-singer Cosmic Attic aka Sharath Narayan latches on to guitar hooks in his latest single “In A Mood,” offering up moody electronic music.
Starting with a cheery acoustic guitar riff, it’s an entirely new side to the Bengaluru-based frontman of alternative act Black Letters, although we hear familiar electronic blips come in soon enough as the song grows into a musing invitation. Narayan sings on the track, “Do a ballet with my mind/This ride’s gonna take a while/Why don’t you stay in for a while?”
The wavy mélange of sounds take just a second’s break until Narayan brings back his hook over busier, buoyant beats. “This song was written as a message of reconciliation to a person’s other half, to invite and face the real person as a whole for once, with all the flaws intact. This is also a song to mend a broken heart, to face it, and to invite the other person for a meaningful conversation, after many moons seem to have passed,” he says in a statement.
The song follows his 2020 single “Comet,” a journeying dancefloor-friendly song which clocked in at nearly seven minutes, as well as a collection of unfinished and unreleased works called Good Ones, put out in June last year. Both releases marked a return of sorts for Cosmic Attic, whose previous material had released in 2017.
Listen to “In A Mood” below. Stream on more platforms here.