Harry Jay Robinson’s “Sisyphus” is a curve ball.

The track’s emergence is this lofi bedroom pop with enticing and lush vocals, before his flow suddenly takes over the space. I love the dream rap label for this one, so I’ll keep it. This duality is riveting!

Harry also happens to be also playing keys for Far Caspian. The artist shares, “In the Greek myth, Sisyphus’ punishment for cheating death is rolling a boulder up a mountain for all eternity, and every time he nears the top of the mountain the boulder rolls back down to the bottom. One of my favourite philosophers (Albert Camus) wrote an essay where he compares Sisyphus’ task to the sense of meaninglessness we often experience, and encourages us to happily embrace these tasks for what they are. This song is all about finding that strength when everything feels pointless.