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Pat Lok’s ‘Corazon’ EP Takes Form as an Alluring Story

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Pat Lok, all the way from Vancouver, has dropped his brand-new Corazon EP that is officially out today via Kitsuné Musique. This story, both fictional and cautionary, occurs over a whopping 36 hours.

In a larger scope, Corazon holds the deeper meaning of how each of us deal something in different ways and how we treat ourselves in a time where everything is instant. Essentially, we all crave real relationships and connections, but can be incapable or unsure of how to create them. Corazon emphasizes how these rapid encounters occur naturally, but can be illusions that we make in our minds by clicking ‘like’ on a few posts or sending messages.

The first track, “Don’t Think” featuring Tom Aspaul signals listeners against the dangers ahead leading right into “Late Nite.” The interesting stylings of “Know Me” featuring Kate Stewart introduces two love interests and move with confidence right into “Fearless” featuring Luke Burr. They continue and follow into the night in collaboration with duo, Party Pupils, with the careless vibe of “From The Back” featuring Dances With White Girls and “Lite Feet.”

As the morning comes, the main character realizes that the entire encounter will remain in the past, or maybe was entirely imagined, as “So Over It” featuring Hannah Yadi ends the EP. The storyline is completely understandable, but uniquely fused in music that completely stands on its own.

Pat Lok has become a popular artist in many playlists worldwide. He has been signed to legendary French label, Kitsuné, and Pete Tong’s publishing company. He is known for combining his love for disco as well as rnb and soul, so his feel-good songs can often be found in rotation on BBC’s Radio 1 and New Music Friday on Spotify. His lively performances have been seen in clubs and festival stages around the world with acts such as Galantis and HONNE. Pat Lok recently completed his first headlining tour across North America and is will continue to conquer the scene.

Ciara Graves AKA DJ and producer, Graveheart, is a dedicated Writer and Editor for The Nocturnal Times. After recently graduating from Elon University with a BS in Music Production & Recording Arts, she is working towards reaching new heights in her music career. Between her experiences as an artist and working in the industry behind the scenes, she aims to bring her unique creativity into any environment.

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