Growing up, I always assumed I knew best. I would hear elders say that you don’t know much as a teenager, and I regularly thought “sure, that’s probably true, but I’m a bit different”. I’m now twenty-five and wise enough to recognize that I’m not knowledgeable at all. I think the most valuable lesson I’ve learned in my time here is that sometimes you have to listen to others to grow or learn anything. Dominican artist Juracán touches on this uniquely human phenomenon in his latest single, Psychotherapy.
The song concerns itself with acknowledging limitations and seeking outside information to move forward, and it tackles the subject with effective precision. Aside from the impressive lyrics, the instrumentation is a treat. Combining delicate guitar plucking with beautiful, ethereal vocals, Psychotherapy feels like a dream in which you find yourself reconnecting with parts of your brain that you may have neglected previously.
Overall, Psychotherapy sounds absolutely delightful as it saunters out of my speakers, and I’ve listened to it several times today. I recommend you go and do the same.