Papercut is the brainchild for Jaaziel Morales, and an In-home studio project with a lot of ideas in store. The music is constantly evolving and the debut album Insertient have finally been released. The album have deep and meaningful compositions about a woman who lost it all. The first conceptual story album from Papercut exploring the meaning of purpose in life and what it means to have it even with a broken spirit.
Jaaziel Morales quotes,
«At last the day has finally arrived as one of the most significant moments in my musical work that began little more than a year ago with the strong idea of making something a little different and influenced from the music I’ve listened to since I was a kid. Now you will finally be able to hear this 43 minute long album».
«Being greatly influenced by the great Steven Wilson ‘s idea that music must be listened to as being equivalent of watching a movie, this album has a conceptual story arc based on the story of Jessie Williams from the Human/Ordinary podcast, where each song serves as a scene that forms a part of the whole story. And being honest with you guys, this probably means that you may have to listen to it more than once».