Navigating Emotions Through Music: An Interview with Seaker

Let me introduce the amazing and talented singer, rapper, and songwriter you should surely know about – Seaker. Originally hailing from the city of London, she is professionally known as Kiran Hungin and she composes the loveliest orchestral alt-pop melodies.

Seaker teases us with her music video for “Grown” released earlier this year after a two-year hiatus of which this was such an inspiring, powerful comeback. She has this ability of just being able to pull you into her world with her deeply personal lyrics.

And true to form, she hasn’t wasted any time coming back with another great new track called “Strange Old Thing. ” It’s more of what fans have come to expect from Seaker; smooth and compelling melodies paired with meaningful lyrics. It is poppy and simple yet very powerful, which goes to show why she is one of the most promising artists in the particular genre today.

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And true to form, she hasn’t wasted any time coming back with another great new track called “Strange Old Thing. ”

It was a pleasure to talk to Seaker about her latest tracks, her return from inactivity, and the future of her artistic career. Trust me; her journey and attitude towards her creativity is as engrossing as her music.

Seaker is really gifted and you can’t question it, but at the same time she managed to stay as sweet as she was when she started, and you can actually see she really struggled sometimes. Listening to her speak about her motivations, challenges, and the mentalities she encounters in her work was fascinating and empowering. This is an artist you’re going to be hearing a whole lot more from – I’m already feeling lucky to have gotten a glimpse into her world and artistic mindset so soon. Get to know who Seaker is before she becomes the next big thing!

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What is your stage name?

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?
I grew up listening to a lot of music. It started with the influence of my dad, who has a vast and eclectic record and cd collection. He had huge speakers in our living room and I would sit and look through the booklets about the artists as I listened to their music.

There was no particular genre as it spanned electronic, country, pop, rock, singer-songwriter, motown.. all of it really. I remember a feeling that music gave me that I hadn’t felt anywhere else. I had no idea at that time that I would go on to make my own music but I definitely became obsessed at a very young age.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?
I had piano and flute lessons when I was a kid, but in classic childhood rebellion I got sick of the exams so I stopped. The rest of it I have just picked up along the way somehow. Various people in my life have given me guidance and tips, Youtube has been helpful for production.

I’ve had a few vocal lessons to help with proper technique, but mainly just figuring it all out as I go. There has been no particular way. I learned to sing harmony by singing along in my bedroom as a teenager. I was fascinated by all the different vocal parts and how they made magic together.

What are your plans for the coming months?
Releasing more tracks. I’m really trying to be more consistent this year with putting stuff out. It’s a lot of work when you are working as one person, but I’m giving it my best shot.

What message would you like to give to your fans?
I just really hope there is some kind of emotional connection with my music and that it makes you feel something. The way music affects me is so profound and if I were able to do that for others, that would be very meaningful to me.

Mister Styx
Mister Styx
My name is Mister Styx and I'm a music blogger and an HVAC Engineer. I'm passionate about all kinds of music, from rock to hip-hop, Jazz, and Reggae as a matter of fact I am always eager to hear new sounds as music has no barrier, and I'm always looking for new sounds to explore. Hop on lets go fetch for some new sounds!

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