Guest Playlist: Kasia Konstance

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Kasia Konstance is a London-based singer-songwriter born in Poland. Following 2021’s Cosmic Dust EP, Konstance explores the intersection of soul and jazz on her new EP, Different Skies.

Flowing between themes of gratitude, confusion and insincerity, the EP opens with “Every Time,” which discusses how miscommunication can harm relationships and how boundaries are important. Next is “So Much Better”, a song that explores a personal appreciation of someone important in her life. The final track on the EP, “Then ‘Don’t Call Me (On My Birthday)’ is about people pretending to care only when it is convenient, gaining clarity in life and learning to tune out bad vibes.

Konstance’s sincere and relatable writing and dulcet tones tie together the EP’s eclectic influences. She also gets help from Dylan Jones, a former member of Ezra Collective on one track.

With the EP out today, she has blessed us with a playlist featuring a wealth of influences to coincide with the project’s release.

Kasia explains the inspiration behind the songs on the playlist: “Here is a collection of tracks that inspired my new project. Some of them have been a part of my musical journey for longer than just the last few months. It’s a compilation of R&B, soul, and rap that touches my soul. Most of them are quite sad, but I tend to be a little moody in life, so it perfectly aligns with my personality!”

Enjoy the guest playlist below.

CF Smith

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