“Seasons, And Still” is the latest offering by the talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Ido Filiba. The album has a very traditional dream pop sound, drawing inspiration from soul and folk music. Filiba’s soothing voice is the perfect complement to the instrumentation on the album, which consists of 90% of the instruments played by him. The album’s title carries a profound meaning, symbolizing the realization that true inner peace can only come from confronting and making peace with oneself
Furthermore, the mix of the album is impeccable, and the stereo field has a minimalist vibe with a wide dynamic range across the album. “Seasons, And Still” features 8 tracks and has a runtime of 24 minutes, making it a concise and focused listening experience. Standout tracks on the album include “Loneliness,” “Sofie,” “On Your Own,” “Traveler,” and “Water Tower.” Collaborations for the album include drummer Aviv Maya and the bass player/producer Raz Stamper.
What sets “Seasons, And Still” apart is its ability to convey a sense of introspection and vulnerability. The title of the album symbolizes the idea that true inner peace can only come from confronting and making peace with oneself. Ido Filiba reflects his journey towards self-acceptance and intimacy in the authentic and honest expression of the album’s music.
A journey of self-discovery and introspection
The album would fit well into movies that explore themes of personal growth and self-discovery, such as “Moonlight” and “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” The dreamy and introspective nature of the album’s indie music sound would create a powerful and emotional backdrop to the narratives of these movies.
Overall, “Seasons, And Still” is a well-crafted and deeply personal album that showcases Ido Filiba’s talent as a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. The album’s dream pop sound, along with its themes of self-discovery and introspection, make it a standout release in the world of indie music. After his 2022 debut, and the recent EP, it is expected that Ido would be a recurring name in the global indie scene.