Indie artist OSLO has released his debut album, Great Places today. Self-produced and mixed by OSLO and mastered by Paul Leavitt (The Dangerous Summer, The Used, Turnstile), Great Places can be heard now below.
Speaking on the new album, OSLO shares, “Great Places was written and recorded during a time of great anxiety, doubt and confusion for myself and the world in general. It’s about confronting the things we can’t control and clutching to the belief that there are better times ahead, especially when it doesn’t feel that way.”
Comprised of intimate songs written in musician/songwriter/producer TJ Horansky’s home studio, the album’s production and lyrical themes resonate a sense of isolation that often permeates the mind while grappling with things beyond our control. But in the dark, there is a small sliver of hope and a light at the end of the tunnel, and OSLO finds it throughout Great Places.