UK-based Ben Laver's love for music began at the tender age of four years old.
Ben learned to play the piano by watching his father play and then honed his skills by studying at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
Today, Laver is creating beautiful neo-classical gems—and his latest drop is the first of a three part release inspired by the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows.
Undertones of complex human narratives also seems to litter the creative genius of Laver.
His new EP “Day One” is an emotional work of art focused on the natural sounds of an upright felt piano.
And now, here is the ethereal "Sleep" off this same EP.
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