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In The Object

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i’m lilac and i’m daisy chained i’m christening and wide awake i’m hungry and i can survive i’m in the object in the likes i wonder bodies that i need of arms to keep to sow the knees i’m taking back the sacrament the packs of smokes i want to have i branch each peril from my space i’m sturdy sentiment i keep the dialect that comes from there from spheres to move beside the bed i’m in my hair i’m in my hair i leave my body from my hair i’m taking back the sacrament the packs of smokes i want to have i sleep, i sleep when the dawning reaps, dawning reaps the sacrament, i keep it when the dawning reaps, dawning reaps a reddened blossom tints my face to seize each breath i did not take it’s heightened in the guise of who the rosewater i seep into i fill the brim until i leak unbind the cross that kept me, free i cannot and i never will that fragrance i’m in love with still i’m in my hair, i’m in my hair i leave my body from my hair i’m taking back the sacrament the packs of smokes i want to have i sleep, i sleep when the dawning reaps, dawning reaps the sacrament, i keep it when the dawning reaps, dawning reaps

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Reinabe is a Vietnamese-Japanese vocalist and producer based in Los Angeles.

The emphasis of their music is localized in the world of experimental electronic music and performance art, both of which integrate personal research on post-internet culture, ethnic and cultural orientation, and questions of identity.

"In The Object" is Reinabe's debut single on ZOOM LENS.

The song details an impulsive night spent cutting off their hair, an action which led them towards discovering their identity and understanding the gendered programming of their existence as a Vietnamese-Japanese person.

The process, described as "reintegrating uncovered traumas," became a subconscious dealing of pouring out the truths of their identity yet to be realized at the time.

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released April 11, 2019

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Artwork by Kaitlyn Vitug
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