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SLATER


SLATER
I’d Ghost Me Too

This is a 3 track EP all about the self-awareness we go through breaking out of our teens into young adulthood and the downfall of social media in our lives. We’re all finding love, losing it, and getting hurt while it’s all there being broadcast to the world through our phones. ‘I’d Ghost Me Too’ reflects the stage we feel when we’ve made bad choices, it’s all gone wrong and we know we only have ourselves to blame.

BOYFRIEND

Boyfriend is about your infatuation with a girl giving you that look even though she has a boyfriend, and you’re that guy that’ll drop anything for her. It’s about being the best friend you can be to a girl while she’s holding back her feelings.

HERE SHE COMES

Here She Comes is all about the struggles with a long-distance friendship with a girl from America, living 6 hours behind us over here. We were closest during the pandemic when you couldn’t catch a flight out of the country and felt like time was running out before the world was completely off. She went through a lot with her family at the time, so wanted her to know I was there if she was done with everyone she’d ever known.

WINSTON

Winston is all about the existential crisis we all go through, putting yourself in a bad situation knowing you’ll get hurt, yet wondering why things all went wrong when you carry on regardless

SLATER – Winston

SLATER – I Don’t Mind


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