Few months ago we wrote about his great debut EP “Fruits” (which is still in our minds – and in our speakers, BTW). Now the Copenhagen-based music producer SIBA crafted another hard-hitting material with “My Life with Jessie, My Friends and the Rest of the World” EP, a piece that dropped few days ago.

SIBA’s second EP is packed with dreamy, creative tones, which effortlessly glide through the listener’s ears, bringing pleasure. He once again smartly used his talent and receptive intuition to release tracks that have a great potential.

The EP – as it’s title suggests – is a story of the teller’s “Life with Jessie, Friends and the Rest of the World”. The story captured in just 11 minutes, which is very well measured and even though short – still very personal. If you enjoyed his work in the past, you’ll certainly love these new songs. The EP starts with a song “IDCBU” (I Don’t Care ‘Bout U), which catches SIBA’s characteristic joyful vibes. “IDCBU” is a lighthearted anthem for the new life, where past and bad memories are behind.

After such joyful beginning, you can start to dance – with “Friends” (definitely one of the most positive songs I’ve heard this winter)! “My and my group, everyone wants to be like us” – claims SIBA, while spreading his gratefulness. Then comes a personal monologue for Jessie. For the girl who turned back on him. SIBA decided to play between his emotions and creative vision in “Jessie’s Eternity Song”. At the end you will be pleased with “Trumpets Sound Good for Endings”. The final track gives you a chance to dive into cheery synths and upbeats again.

Altogether, it is hard to find more positive songs full of impressive, infectious beats, than those featured on “My Life with Jessie, My Friends and the Rest of the World” EP . Surely we take SIBA’s newest EP into the bag of our favorite releases.

Check it out on Spotify now!

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