top of page
  • Virendra Narain

Abie Ryan speaks about self-acceptance in his latest single 'Break a string'

Abie Ryan started making music at the age of 15, and ever since, he has focused on improving his sound. He started learning music on his sister's digital piano by playing random notes and trying to create melodies. That lead him to gain interest in the instrument and he started looking up piano tutorials on Youtube.

After finding his love for music, he started picking up more instruments as he couldn't think of a better thing to do with his time than create. He believes he learned the most when he started involving himself with the musicians at his church.

All this love for music made him realize that this is something he wants to do professionally. That was when he enrolled at CMR University, Bangalore to learn sound engineering and music production. Now in the final year of his bachelor's, he has started to release his music on multiple platforms for the world to hear.

On the 9th of April, he released his latest single called Break a string. The new single is a Lo-fi track about self-reflection and introspection. He told us that there was a point where he felt like being himself wasn't enough, now he has reached a stage where he has learned to accept himself instead of the pursuit of trying to like someone else.

The bluesy Lo-Fi track will put you in somewhat of a serene space of mind. The name of the track was inspired by two of his favorite songs "while my guitar gently weeps" and "tears on my piano". Break a string depicts his fight against self-doubt and pushes him to break the bonds that are holding him back.

When we asked him about the artists he would like to work with, he told us it would be the Indian band Skrat, and internationally he would love to collaborate with Dave Grohl or Jacob Collier.

Recent Posts

See All
Savaal Articles
bottom of page