Saudin Cools us Down with “A Midsummer’s Daydream”
William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is an enchanting comedy, while Saudin’s A Midsummer’s Daydream is an elusive EP that explores the depths of love, miscommunication, and blind passion — among many things — in just under ten minutes.
We venture into the beginning of the summer full of hope and optimism about our respective affairs, yet midsummer there always seems to be a sudden shift in energy. Whether this comes from friendships, relationships, or personal growth, it is an inevitable event — which is exactly what is reflected in A Midsummer’s Daydream.
In under ten minutes, Saudin accurately depicts the fear and frustration that comes with enduring a relationship that has become one-sided with you giving all that you can give.
“Only thing that I wanted was your time, but no…”
His smooth vocals backed by immaculate production and very honest lyricism.
The word “vibe” has been tossed around quite a bit lately, but A Midsummer’s Daydream is entirely its own vibe. If you are looking to do some reflection of your own, you can find it in this masterpiece below.