Haich Ber Na returns with his sophomore EP 'Everywhere's Home'.
Following his debut, 'Unbalanced', he has adopted a more introspective sound in his solo material, reflecting on belonging, identity and categorisation. Not only maturing sonically, Haich Ber Na has continued deepening his visual art with a futuristic, dystopian visual concept that permeates the EP. Creating unsettling, avant-garde content that has caught the attention of platforms such as Nowness, 'Everywhere's Home' is drenched in images reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick's iconic Space Odyssey 2001.
Somewhat an outcast himself, Haich is in search for a place to call home throughout the five tracks of the project: “Where is home? Home can be anywhere. Home can become less of a geographical matter when you find solace through conversation” he concludes.
At once disorientating, radical yet comforting and recognisable, 'Everywhere's Home' further cements Haich Ber Na as one of the most interesting electronic artists currently coming out of the UK.
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