For a musician like Dimovski, the thrill and confusion of the quest to create will always trump the tangible, material rewards bestowed for his efforts. While his inviting, empathetic voice is familiar to many, Project Orpheus, infuses it in challenging new contexts. The album luxuriates in innovative sonic backdrops, allowing what David refers to as “a naked flow”, a sense of an almost unrefined embodyment of inspiration to flourish throughout the entire oeuvre.

David started working on Orpheus upon the end of his run as a vocalist/lyricist in his former band “Hideout”. “After much toiling and overthinking about how I was to go about starting a new music project, I decided that the best way forward was to let go entirely!” Dimovski enthuses. “Stop thinking about restrictions, answers to, and questions like where, when, what, who and how, and simply…GO!” That ability to overcome doubt and give voice to complex thoughts is also applied to the project’s visual expression, by depicting the abstract approach to the narratives and bringing each story to life in a broad, yet subtle way, leaving the interpretation of the experience up to one’s own imagination, perhaps even depending on it. After all, the echo towards a life of expressivity, the shaping of one’s static is only as resounding as it’s call! “To create a small flower is the labor of ages, but to invent a universe is but a bard’s evening!”, concludes David. “Hence, the act of searching for relief in a finish line or achievement of any sort may well be distinguished as a fool’s errand. Create and experience whatever makes you happy, but bare in mind that the happiness you seek lies there within your grasp of the very thing you’re seeking it in. There is infinite creativity to be found in the ever- present difference between knowing, and walking a path. All we ever need in order find what we’re searching for is to simply reach out and ask ourselves where it is!