“There was a lot changing in our lives during the course of making Inner and I think you can hear it in the album,” says Feldman. The five song EP is a journey from outside in. It starts through the perspective of a refugee making their way into America, follows up with the struggles of the inner city American teacher, goes into the personal affairs of love and desire, deeper still to the way we communicate and worship modern technology, and finally the fine line between one’s own original thoughts and the constant suggestion of outside influence. Inner is an exciting album that doubles as a deep work worth multiple listens. There is a shiny exterior that will draw you in with the first listen, and intimidating depths that will keep you exploring.