Taking in the smooth silky feeling and textures of 90's slow jam and r&b/hip hop music videos, 'Stay Home' converts these into submerse's unique style of beats. Aiming to work as the soundtrack to urban scenes of life, whether you're observing them while roaming the city streets at night or by just staying home and looking out of the window to capture life happening at any moment in your new home, the EP also ventures into doubled up BPM's and footwork rhythms on a few occasions. The cover-photo is shot from submerse's apartment just after sundown. 'Back living in Shibuya on the 9th floor I can see day turn to night and watch the city breathe.' submerse. While his first EP's and his recently released debut album Slow Waves' dealt with the feeling of being a foreigner in a strange new place Tokyo that is submerse has finally found a place to stay and call home.