After "Goddamn dizzy kids" (here on Morphosis), Garek is back with a new single lifted from his upcoming album, "Take the king", due out tomorrow. "Stray" is a conversation with his 8-year-old self. This is the song he wishes he had as a child. Old home videos play as he performs the emotional ballad in the clip. "I spent so many years hating myself because I listened to the voices around me saying that people like me were disgusting", he said. "That I as a human being, was fundamentally wrong in the way I was made. I internalized this, and I believed it. Being a child is hard enough, but when you have everyone around you, kids, parents, complete strangers, telling you that you're somehow less than they are, it makes it absolutely impossible to see any potential for yourself", he added. Although the Nineties child takes inspiration from industrial rock artists like Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, this track serves an upbeat Eighties tempo à la Erasure. It’s a perfect song to dance to or cry to. The full album includes seven new tracks, as well as three re-mastered fan favorites. " 'Take the king' is my double-sided mirror. I held it up so I could begin to see and understand myself. I held it out so the world could do the same", he stated.