Energetic from the onset, it subtly builds tension and eventually morphs into something a lot darker as ATO leads into a path of introspection. His personal narrative envelops the track, addressing the inner conflict between looking forward and the ‘traps of the past’ – a theme that will be significant in the EP to come.
Keeping it within the ‘family’ again, the brand-new visuals for “space to” come courtesy of Joey Brodnax and centre around a scenic excursion through the city with ATO in the passenger seat. Keeping it all freeform, low budget and DIY as he does best, it’s the stamp of his individuality as he delivers yet another eclectic visual.
Having spent much of his formative years between Seoul, Ithaca – New York, Copenhagen and Cape Town, his exposure to different cultures reflect the varying nature of his musical influences, looking up to artists like Eminem, Kano, Ghostpoet and Amy Winehouse.
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