Listen to Rostam’s New Song “Changephobia”

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The title track from his second solo album

Rostam and Henry Solomon
Rostam and Henry Solomon, photo by Olivia Bee

Rostam has shared a new song called “Changephobia,” the title track and latest single of his forthcoming album. Changephobia is due out June 4 via his own label Matsor Projects. Check out the title track, featuring a baritone sax solo from Henry Solomon, below.  

Ahead of “Changephobia,” Rostam shared the songs “4Runner,” “These Kids We Knew,” and “Unfold You.” In a statement, Rostam said of writing the “Changephobia”:

“Changephobia” was one of the last songs I finished writing for this album. The chorus came to me sitting at the piano in my living room; I spent weeks picking up and putting down ideas for the verses. One day I sat down with an acoustic guitar, feeling close to giving up on the song altogether: all of a sudden a new melody, a new feeling, and new words came out of me and I felt like I could be honest with myself about what I wanted to say. The song “Changephobia” is partly about something we can all be guilty of, avoiding our own feelings. I think of it as a reminder not to.



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