In some respects, floating can be a means of survival
but it can also mean the beginning of being so detached
that you don’t know where to begin. It’s a feeling that
gets captured nicely on the latest single from Erich Mrak.
The Toronto, Ontario, Canada native has seen a decent
amount of success based off of the release of his previous
EP, Retrospect with a style that reflects a blend of fresh
pop and contemporary rap that doesn’t grate on the ears.
“Float” begins with an atmospheric bounce that interprets
the sensation of floating well, thanks to the production by
Bento. Mrak’s lyrical flow comes in, more like the breeze
off of a pond in the fall as he depicts the uneven stance
of being involved with someone and not seeming as if it
will get anywhere. With “Float”, Mrak seems to be on a
good path leading into the anticipation for his next EP.
“Float” can be purchased on iTunes, and heard on Spotify.