Sloane was born out of heartbreak, but like most great self-love stories, it makes him stronger. His journey started when he felt out of place after a partner left him and desperation set in: who am I? what do I believe in? why the fuck am I even here?
A string strummed in the darkest hour became a battle cry for freedom from the pain. The strike of piano keys became the battalion, while a worn out bow found its place against a tired cello heeding the call to arms. An upright bass, that never lost its posture, stood in the foreground conducting this personal revolution. The more Sloane could hear the music, the more Sloane began to heal. He realized he didn’t want to be sad; he wanted to live, to smile, to bring joy to himself and others.
After a year of exploring pain and pleasure through music, Sloane started developing songs with the intention to help everyone that feels out of place to smile and feel more connected. Using synths, samplers, analog synths, guitars and voice pedals, Sloane started making music to cry to while you smile ™. Some fun pop music is good for the soul and Sloane hopes that everyone listening smiles a little bit more, together.
These socks are extra comfortable thanks to their cushioned bottom. The foot is black with artwork printed along the leg with crisp, bold colors that won’t fade. • 60% nylon/22% cotton/18% spandex • Crew length • Cushioned bottom • Ribbed leg • Cold wash with like colors and hang dry