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Casper Sage Unveils Soulful Alt-R&B Track “Flow State” Embracing Gratitude and Contentment

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Rising alt-R&B sensation Casper Sage has unveiled his latest track, “Flow State,” a captivating ode to finding solace in gratitude and embracing life’s journey.

In “Flow State,” Sage’s misty falsetto croons, “I want to flow like the water and I’m running out of things to hold onto / Peace of mind, rolling with the tide / Hope we’ll be fine,” accompanied by an alluring bass instrumentation that adds depth to the soulful composition.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the song, Sage shares, “It’s a song about getting exhausted of constantly wishing for more out of life. I just want to remain loving and accepting of life as it is, and grow along the way.” This latest release comes after his well-received independent EP, Pseudo, which featured the tracks “Spinnin‘,” “FML,” and “Pseudo.”

Notably, “Spinnin'” served as the lead single, showcasing Sage‘s frustration with attempting to make changes in life, only to find himself back where he started. With heartfelt authenticity, he bares his emotions through his soul-stirring lyrics.

As of now, it remains uncertain if “Flow State” stands as a standalone track or if it foreshadows a future project from the 21-year-old artist.

Casper Sage‘s musical journey has been a noteworthy one, including the release of his self-titled project in May 2022, which featured impressive tracks like “Summer’s Gone” and “Fallen.” Additionally, his standalone track “is this real life?” has amassed over 430,000 streams on Spotify.

Prior to these releases, the artist presented his debut project, Winter, back in 2019, featuring a blend of hip-hop-flavored tracks.

With his entrancing new offering, “Flow State,” Casper Sage continues to mesmerize audiences, and his distinct blend of alt-R&B showcases his undeniable talent and potential as an emerging force in the music industry.

Experience the soothing and evocative sounds of “Flow State” by Casper Sage below.