Kenta, vocalist of Hong Kong alt-rock band Seasons for Change, is a musician’s musician. He is always dabbling in music in one form or another. Besides currently playing in two bands – Seasons for Change and Soul of Ears – Kenta frequently is founding recording covers or out performing on just an acoustic guitar. Music is in this dude’s blood.
So it was only time that he would venture out on his own.
That day has finally arrived.
Kenta just launched the debut track of his new solo project called KASA. The song is entitled ‘Bottle of Regrets & What If’ streaming below. He was kind enough to send us more information about the track and where his head was at while creating this:
“Over the past decade, I’ve written a lot of songs outside of my two bands. Softer or more chilled songs that I felt didn’t work with the band sound. I just never had the courage to release anything solo. When you play in a band and you write songs together, you feel more confident about a song because it’s been approved by multiple people.
I feel like I’ve been extra critical of myself. Like I was never satisfied with a song. Was afraid of criticism.
I recently jammed with local rapper Dough Boy. He really inspired me. This beat was actually produced by him. Huge thanks to him and the team from SEEAHOLE for this release.
The lyrics for this song were inspired by a home visit I did years ago. It was a sad experience.”