Where are we talking from today?
Where did you get your artist’s name from?
It was a very spontaneous happening and it has something to deal with the universe. I always felt that all human beings come from the same parents, as I say, but that day after meditation this fact came to me so clearly that I am a son, you know it is such a powerful word, it has such incredible deep meaning. And this doesn’t mean that I’m some kind of chosen or something like that, I’m using this word as a very collective image, each of us is a son or a daughter, a child of these shared parents, of nature. So the word “son” to me contains everything in it: humility, modesty, innocence, gratitude, love, respect. And it has a very sacred and ancient sense in it. And this moment, when this word came to me, was so intense, authentic and natural that there was no other option left for me.
And I know for sure, that I can carry this artistic name with great respect.
Music-wise what are you working on right now? Are you currently promoting a single or album?
Right now I have two new unreleased singles ready, so I’m looking for a label, but if I will not find it soon, I’ll release them myself. And of course, I’m working on more new songs, but most likely it will be singles for now. Also, I’m trying to find the right musicians for my band, so it takes time.
What have been the greatest challenges/frustrations of your career so far?
The greatest challenge in music for me is seeking and remaining honest, sincere, unique and connected to the source of it all. In a material sense, the main obstacle is making a living as a musician. My career as an independent artist starts now, I’ve only released one single, so hopefully, I will meet no frustrations and obstacles on my way.
Where would you like to be in 10 years?
You know, I always love to be in the right place at the right time, so we will see where will I end up in 10 years.