Released back at the beginning of 2020 – before any of us would know what the year would be like – ‘Rabbit Hole’ served as a dream-like fusion of indie rock. Showcased as a single prior to Japanese-born artist Jaguar Jonze’s debut EP Diamonds & Liquid Gold, ‘Rabbit Hole’ takes the listener into a beat infused tune that certainly gets stuck in your head a time or two.
Exploring themes of chaos and vulnerability, ‘Rabbit Hole’ takes us through an exploration of “the relationships we have with our vulnerabilities and how it manifests into different coping mechanisms,” Jaguar Jonze states.
“Music and art have become integral to my healing and awareness and the song is another part of that exploration.”
To learn more about ‘Rabbit Hole’ check out this article.
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