From writing to recording to release, Minshara's Overnights is one EP that should not exist. What was intended as a month-long sprint turned into a multiyear marathon marked by late nights, lineup changes, and lost work that challenged the band's commitment and tested their resolve. Immediately apparent, the bright tones and blissful melodies of the opening track are in stark contrast to a visual identity of typographic glitches and digital scars that reflect the project's turbulent path. Persistence and repetition force legibility despite missing characters and mixed orientations; but one metaphor truly defines the message. Among the chaos a single tree is set ablaze, an intense event that, while stripping the perennial of its seasonal cover, hardens its shell and preserves its core, igniting a canopy with the renewed energy needed to push on.