Impressively interconnected with its own conceptual implications, A Passing Memory breathes life into the room for only a few moments – a passing memory encapsulated in the delicacy, the vintage crackle, the unfinished nature of the phrase.


What begins as a quirky and intimate ode to spending a birthday alone, soon evolves into a boldly poignant and heartbreaking expression of isolation and disconnection. Eddie Wang masters the unexpected once again, with the beautifully captured piano-pop ballad I Bought Myself A Cake.