Stel Furet Reveals His Human Nature Machine In The Mirror

The Santa Cruz singer-songwriter previews his forthcoming conceptual debut EP.


Stel Furet fires up his Human Nature Machine with a glimpse at his reflective new single and video The Mirror — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Due Feb. 15, the Santa Cruz singer-songwriter’s debut EP is a concept piece that follows a relatable storyline, with lyrical themes that include coming of age, falling in love, heartbreak, hope and reflection — all while showcasing Furet’s unique vocal and story-telling ability.

Human Nature Machine is a telling of my journey and I think most people can relate to it,” he says. “It’s full of imagery meant to be inspiring and thought provoking. I haven’t quite put it into words yet, but I believe the EP is about the relationship we have with ourselves and how that relationship carries us through the world. How human nature drives us unrelentlessly forward as a collective machine.”

Furet grew up on a farm in rural Ohio. Although they didn’t have much, his musical spark was lit by the presence of a turntable and several key records, namely Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, The BeatlesWhite Album, Neil Young’s After the Gold Rush and Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. “I don’t know that I’ve listened to any of those over the past 15 years,” he admits, “but you can still hear a bit of all of them on Human Nature Machine.”

Watch The Mirror above, pre-order the album HERE, and find Stel Furet at his website, Facebook and Instragram.