Today, German artist and producer Deniz Çiçek under the moniker Kraków Loves Adana, unveils the new song “Hiding In My Room” as another tease of the upcoming album Oceanflower, due out February 14th. Surrounded by pulsating synth arpeggios and 80s disco flair, Çiçek whispers hopeful thoughts about loneliness and adolescence into our ears. It bolsters the already impressive discography of KLA, full of airy and dreamy soundscapes about love and heartbreak alike.

In case you missed our previous features on Kraków Loves Adana check those great pieces here, here, here and here.

Deniz Çiçek on “Hiding In My Room:”

“This song is a rebellion against depression, isolation, hopelessness. It is also a testimony of me pulling myself out of a very dark place mentally. Music helps. Therapy helps even more. I am proud of how far I have come.“

Find more from Kraków Loves Adana on their Instagram and Bandcamp. Listen to the song on multiple platforms via this link. Watch the accompanying impressive animated music video here