Verzache Wears His Heart on His Sleeve on 'My Head Is a Moshpit'

Listen to the Toronto artist's newest release in full courtesy of Virgin Music
Verzache Wears His Heart on His Sleeve on 'My Head Is a Moshpit'
Verzache — the indie bedroom pop project of Toronto's Zach Farache — has returned with new material. His new album My Head Is a Moshpit is out now via Virgin Music, and you can listen to it in full here at Exclaim! 
 
Following the success of his 2018 single "Needs" — which earned Farache 300 million worldwide streams and over 4 million fan-created uploads on TikTok — My Head Is a Moshpit offers a more personal look into the artist's life, as he opens up about his mental health and wears his heart on his sleeve. 
 
The record includes his feel-good single "All I Need," which was released earlier this year.
 
"When I wrote 'All I Need,' at the time I was definitely in the feels and the title is a pretty big give away but I was just recording how I felt," the singer-songwriter, producer and instrumentalist said in a release. "Looking at the song now, I see it as an example of some good ole young love/infatuation."

Farache's latest follows the release of 2018's Thought Pool.
 
Stream My Head Is a Moshpit below.