“Stones.” the most recent single from vocalist Peter Lake, a Canadian who now resides in New York City. The great and catchy song defies easy categorization, much like his prior releases and discography as a whole.

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“When you love someone or something, you give it power over you. I personally believe this is a positive notion,” Lake said. “On the other hand, it can cause pain. A stoic philosopher like Epictetus would say this is wrong—by giving up your power, you are vulnerable to pain. But if pain is the downside, the stoics miss the upside of vulnerability.

“In this case, it’s before I graduated college.. Trumbull Square is where I met my love. She was from Europe and I’m from Canada.. we met at Yale in the United States. I’m from a small town near Vancouver, and she went to the fanciest boarding school in England. The song recalls our meeting. And our deep connection…but when she left, there was a void. The stones kept rolling through…”


‘The World’s Only Anonymous Artist’ continues to take the industry by story and reassure his fans that he is indeed real — and “Stones” is just another perfect showing. Although the single is doing great across all DSPs (145k+/Spotify), Peter Lake still considers the track “average.”

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