Serotonin meets solitude in Sipper’s “room.” Detached and upbeat, the track marries a disassociated lyrical convention with bright indie pop structure. Every listen feels refreshing and every lyric, reflective. Joe Beerman, the brainpower behind Sipper, teamed up with bedroom pop artist, urbanation, to give listeners a song they’ll have on loop.
Lyrics like, “I don't leave my room / I don’t feel it like I used to / I don’t say a thing that’s true / I don’t do it when I need to,” hint at a disengaged mind but find stimulation from euphoric synth and guitar, articulating Sipper’s mastery of this creative venture. The sunny, indie rock sound serves as compositional gravity, grounding the voices singing displaced words. The lyrical stillness emanates a feeling that differences between people came to the surface, pouring into the restlessness of the realization.
Aligning this melodic concept with luminous production is an art, and one Sipper has done exceptionally well.