written, performed and produced by Tarn PK
Indigo Dreaming - Single
On 26 February Tarn released 'Indigo Dreaming', “Part three” of the upcoming “Monarch” Collection.
'Indigo Dreaming' is a mixture of indie folk and pop elements. It was also recorded in lockdown in NZ and lyrically is about living in a time of anxiety and stress, trying to be okay with that and how being with someone you love can help alleviate those feelings.
It's written, performed, recorded and produced by Tarn, with additional production by artist/producer Neil Macleod from Wellington NZ.
Sky is Falling - Single
On 11 December Tarn released 'Sky is Falling', “Part two” of the upcoming “Monarch” Collection.
As the first song written for the project, it came from being forced to slow down the pace of life during lockdown. It evokes rolling hills and driving with the rain coming down the window, It’s a song to heal, to support and to hopefullly offer uplift in some way to each listener.
It's written, performed, recorded and produced by Tarn.
Serenity - Single
On 23 October Tarn released 'Serenity', the first single from his upcoming EP 'Monarch'. 'Serenity' is about the weight of the world coming off of your shoulders. It's written, performed, recorded and produced by Tarn.
Daylight - Single
'Daylight' is about forgetting your problems for a night and giving in to your feelings. With a backdrop of luscious chords and smooth beats, the song paints a picture of the morning after a party with the sun rising over the beach. At the core of the song is the idea of escaping your problems together.
'Daylight - Acoustic" was released on 15 May.
Both tracks were written, performed, recorded and produced by Tarn.
Fantasy - EP
The ‘Fantasy’ EP is based in the sounds of Pop, RnB and Funk. The single 'Talk to You' made Spotify's New Music Friday in AU/NZ, UK and the US.
All tracks are written, performed, recorded and produced by Tarn, except 'Fantasy' - trumpet by Ollie Carter, 'Caught in the Wake' - co-written by Nick France, with sax by Nick and trumpet by Ollie, 'Talk To You' - co-written by Marley Wilcox-Nanai.