EUPHORIICA Releases Debut EP “Songs for Healing”: Streaming
- American singer-songwriter Jeremy Hernandez's solo project EUPHORIICA released his debut EP “Songs for Healing” along with a new music video for “Tides”.
The EP was recorded at Nada Recording Studio in Montgomery NY during quarantine in 2020.
Jeremy Hernandez who has a past in punk bands such as Eye Ball Records Humble Beginnings and Fearless Records Near Miss.
He started to recorde the EP as EUPHORIICA when his current post hardcore band Red Hymns had to put off rehearsals, shows and tours due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeremy Hernandez shared on social media, “I'm beyond stoked to share this creation with all of you. This is my first solo endeavor that I worked extremely hard on throughout this crazy year. I'm eager and excited to keep this new project going and continue making music for all of you.”
- The video for “Tides” was shot and edited by Joseph Pelosi.
“We shot this video in Asbury Park NJ on a secluded beach on a cold mid-December day and 15 minutes into shooting while we were out on the jetty we were hit by a huge wave and got soaked, it was so cold and uncomfortable but at the same time a lot of fun, ” Jeremy Hernandez said of the video. “Tides is the last song on my EP and to me this track speaks to me most. Lyrically it is about loss and missing someone. I remember specifically writing the lyrics while on a beach in California. I was missing my Dad who I lost two years ago. There was a feeling of being at peace there, just staring at the waves and watching them flow. It was kind of hypnotic and I remember just wishing he were there with me.”
He continued, “I have a certain love for the ocean. There's just a way the waves move that is so intriguing to me. The constant flow, the give and take. It's so peaceful but so raging at the same time. This to me is a lot like life experiences sometimes bright and beautiful, sometimes dark and sad. When I look back now at the words in the song it brings me back to how beautiful that day was but at the same time, I was empty and missing someone that was so special to me. I literally felt two opposite emotions at the same time and this is what inspired Tides.”
- source : Spotify