Bruno Major reflects on his spiritual identity with 'Figment of my Mind'

Forthcoming album 'To Let A Good Thing Die' out June 5th

Bruno Major explores the power and intersection of the mind and universe on his latest single ‘Figment of My Mind’. The track is taken from his forthcoming second record To Let A Good Thing Die, a beautifully crafted tapestry of stories interwoven with timeless narratives of human relationships, love and heartbreak, and existential musings, out June 5th via AWAL.


The track was inspired by a profound and personal occurrence which Bruno details; “This song is a true story about a journey I took on a sofa in Los Angeles, that I consider to be one of the most formative experiences of my life. I travelled to a different dimension, one far more real than the ostensible reality presented to us on a daily basis. There, amongst impossible transcendent beauty, I was greeted by a female deity, who showed me the power and majesty of the universe and my mind, which of course are one and the same thing. Since this moment that lasted both forever and no time at all, I no longer fear death, and my life path is clear. Although there is no hope of describing what I saw that day in such a primitive and inadequate a medium as the written word, there is a depth and spirituality to music that can take me a little closer. If only you see what I could see.”

The single follows a number of initiatives which Bruno has engaged in to connect with his fans and help spread positivity and solidarity in this time. This includes a series of YouTube Live sessions, streaming in place of his postponed global touring plans to raise direct funds for the  WHO'S COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The online performances have been viewed by more than 80 thousand fans across the globe, with the latest featuring a special guest appearance from FINNEAS, who co-wrote Bruno’s recent single ‘The Most Beautiful Thing’. Bruno also launched a special WhatsApp group to connect fans directly, which has already amassed over two thousand sign-ups. 

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