We have all experienced periods in our lives when we felt as if we were stuck in a rut. As a matter of fact, it’s not uncommon to feel as if you’re simply going through the motions or jogging in circles. Your routine is unchanged, yet it doesn’t appear as if you are making any significant strides toward your goals. I understand that these emotions can be upsetting to experience. Nonetheless, there are things that you can do to not only figure out why you’re stuck, but also discover how to become more motivated and enthused once more.
‘How to Move On’ EP, Pat Magada‘s sophomore release, documents that in a nutshell. Patrick Magada Delantar, is a Filipino musician from Oregon. After watching his mother perform in entertainment venues throughout the Philippines, he developed a desire to sing. This served as an inspiration to him, and set him on the path to becoming a musician. Dreamify Records will be in charge of all distribution for all streaming platforms going forward.
He was once asked, “How do you move on?”, though he didn’t know what to say at the time, growing up allowed him the strength and insight to finally respond, “You don’t.” In order to continue living, we must first gather enough energy to divert our attention away from the present situation and to keep moving forward.
Over the course of three years, Pat Magada began his career in bringing something extraordinary to life. He went through some rough times when he was battling depression, yet these songs are full of his experience, his difficulties, and his development.
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