Stupid Happiness Theory

Stupid Happiness Theory is the electronica moniker of Pakistani singer-songwriter, Natasha Humera Ejaz.

Known widely for her unique singing tone and eclectic approach to songwriting, she has indulged in both solo and collaborative projects over her career, including her debut solo EP “Till the End of Time” recorded and independently released with her band. During her time at ICOM, she collaborated with Rishabh Rajan on his Master’s thesis in the form of a music project titled “It might get glitchy”. Their first collaborative song (written by Natasha and produced by Rishabh) won them a VIMA award for Best Pop Song 2011. After she graduated and moved back to Pakistan, Natasha started her solo career as well as experimentations with her own electronic music and created the alter-ego Stupid Happiness Theory to express another side of her musical musings.

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