“After Charlie died, I wasn’t sure whether or not I even wanted to do music anymore. I took some time out – I just needed to assess the whole situation. I think there was obviously a grieving process that I didn’t quite understand at that point in time,” he explains.
When his manager introduced him to Mkulu, it was one of those “instantaneous clicks” and the pair began honing the art of songwriting together, laying down tracks until Caan felt “comfortable and ready” for people to hear the results. First single ‘High Tides’ is the result of this collaboration; a slow-burning electronic-soul jam that is as straight-up as it is submerged in narcotised introspection.