Psychedelic, introspective, layered, and emotionally honest. These were all key elements I wanted in the writing of Cosmic Bipolar Nebula. I needed to challenge how I wrote a bit more and throw out some old technique to get there but I think I did. The material is a reflection of who I think I am and how I see the world. In fact the album cover is an illustration of me looking through what seems to be some sort of porthole. It's actually the mirror in my ocean themed bathroom that I look at every single morning when I wake up. This album has definitely been a journey into digging deeper.
There have been many times in my life where I find myself at exactly where I want to be, satisfied and confident in where I'm going. I wanted to express that particular sort of joy in this album. Conversely I also have times where I feel lost in sorrow and doubt, reflecting on the past, unable to sleep. I wanted to write about those times as well to paint a clear and full picture of my internal self. This was the most interesting and inspiring part of writing this album, to dig that deep. It also felt a bit scary. It may sound odd but I've always found a strange calm and strength in my own internal fear. Sort of a contradiction in terms but If I'm honest, that's the truth. Through coping I've found my greatest allies in art and songwriting and because of that I don't mind what I call my "frail times". Now I just let them wash over me and take me where I'm meant to go, always looking for inspiration in the void.
As always thank you again for all the support. -Enzo
Enzo Sprigg is an eclectic and whimsically creative singer/songwriter. Inspired by a wide range of artists from Bjork, Goldfrapp and Gary Numan to newer artists like IAMX, Chelsea Wolfe and Purity Ring. He fuses his smooth vocal style with avant garde elements to craft songs that are as original as they are intimate. Enzo boldly plays with genres ranging from Goth and electronic to torch song ballads, all with a strange yet intriguing twist. He also prefers a more dramatic and theatrical approach by letting his chameleon skin change colors and moods from project to project, song to song.