Eat Me Alive is everything I want SWARM to be - intense, creepy, disturbing, and most of all - real.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been attracted to dark music. One of the things I love so much about it is that everyone can relate in some way. We all get sad, angry, or intensely emotional. We all go through dark times. I think one of the worst effects of depression is that it tends to make you feel like you are completely alone; like you are the only one that feels that way. You’re not.
I wanted to create something that lasts longer than EDM. Years down the road, I want you to be able to listen to this and feel something. Whether you’re happy, sad, angry, or somewhere in between, I want you to be able to enjoy this EP.
Overall, I think EDM has the tendency to be somewhat shallow - and understandably so. While some might associate EDM with flower crowns, happiness, and neon colors, SWARM would like you to consider eyeliner, dungeons, and various shades of black.