Sturjun and Chase Farley’s “Sleepwalker” is a melodic, electronica-meets-hip-hop track of sorts about trying to figure out where you belong. It also discusses one’s faith, specifically when it begins to falter during some tough times. I think the song also talks about how it feels to be aimless in a society where that’s viewed as less-than-ideal. This one, I’d recommend to you if you like Brockhampton or even Vince Staples. It’s alternative AF but still very intellectually-pleasing, like Brockhampton or Staples are. Check out the song below and remember to support dope music in all its forms. If you like this one, be sure to check out Sturjun’s General Anaesthetics project, which is coming soon.