Orchestral Pop / Soul Pop

Extra Time – Where Is The Light

par Stephan Boissonneault

You might have seen the music video for Extra Time’s “Where Is The Light,” popping up as an online ad over the last two or so months. But if you clicked it, you found an animated video, made by Gabriel Gareso, featuring a figure deciding to leave their room and discovering the light and dark complexities of the world while catchy, harmonic jazz-pop envelops and grows.

The song is actually about the Japanese phenomenon, Hikikomori, or severe social withdrawal which has people becoming hermits and never leaving their rooms. The Australian band, Extra Time, was fascinated by this phenomenon and made a song about it ahead of their new album, Songs With Long Titles.

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