Tuvaband have shared their latest single ‘Trees’, taken from their upcoming debut EP landing in November. Delivering a slice of commentary regarding how we treat the environment, the song is a tender and gorgeous indie folk piece produced without drums, yet rather lush piano play and Laura Marling’s unique and distinct vocals. ‘Trees’ is out now via Brilliance Records. Touching on ‘Trees’, Tuvaband stated: “The song was recorded in two apartments across the Norwegian capital, Oslo, and Read more […]
Norwegian stunner Emma Jensen have stepped up with her latest single ‘Make You Mine’. Minimal in production, there track is a spacious pop bit that built around light keys, sparkling additives and Jensen’s floating voice. In a press statement regarding the single, Emma Jensen wrote: “It’s a love story and it’s about that feeling when you regret not making a move or saying what you feel right away,” says Jensen. “When you just want a carefree relationship with a person without having Read more […]
Continuing their onslaught of raw and uncut punk, Norway’s Sløtface have unveiled their new single ‘Backyard’. Whilst the classic elements of to the point punk guitar riffs are firmly planted, the band also foster alternative meets pop hooks, adding a different dynamic to the revving piece. “Backyard’ is taken from debut LP ‘Try Not To Freak Out’, out September 15th on Propeller Recordings. Stream the cut down below.
Having recently shared their song ‘Money’, Anna Of The North hit us with another song titled ‘Fire’ which is taken from the duo’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Lovers’, landing September 8th. The infectious Scandi pop tune is laced with a tropical flair, built on sharp synths, echoing, running snares and high-stepping drums. With the content revolving around the aftermath of a bad break-up, the track is another lush offering from the rising group. Check it out.
Norway’s Lindstrøm has shared his latest single ‘Shinin’, taken from his upcoming LP ‘It’s Alright Between Us As It Is’, out October 20th on Smalltown Supersound / Feedelity Recordings. Enlisting singer Grace Hall to provide sultry vocals, the tune is a deep and soulful future house recording, adding another set of arsenal to Lindstrøm’s already powerful production weaponry. You can stream the cut down below.
With their debut album ‘Lovers’ right around the corner, landing September 8, Anna Of The North now unveil another single taken from the LP entitled ‘Money’. Using slick synths as the foundation to the sparkling pop piece, Anna Lotterud sends a warning to someone who is dating a girl who is only after one thing…the good old dinero. The tune follows the duo’s previous cut ‘Someone’ which was shared last month. Have a listen below.
Carmen Villain and experimental art-pop star Jenny Hval have come together for the haunting track ‘Borders’. Dark in production, the mood of the song brilliantly coincides with the climate of these modern times in which Villian touches on – racism, fear and the idea of border patrols. Ghostly vocals float around the tune as Hval adds her magic to the chorus, making this nothing short of a brilliant piece of work.
Norwegian singer Siv Jakobsen has shared her latest single ‘Berry & Whythe’. Approaching the tune in a gentle and organic manner, the marriage of indie and folk is seamlessly sewn as Jakobsen paints a vivid picture of her time spent in New York City. In a press statement regarding the song, Siv Jakobsen wrote: “This is written as a retrospective look on my time living in Brooklyn, New York. I lived on Metropolitan Avenue, between Berry Street and Whythe Street – and this song sort of transports Read more […]
Norwegian band SLØTFACE have shared their new single ‘Pitted’ what some could argue is the soundtrack to the idea of giving the middle finger to going out, rather opting to stay at home. Flawlessly blending the sounds of pop and revving alternative with punk undertones, the track is taken from the band’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Try Not To Freak Out’, landing September 15th on Propeller Recordings.
Oslo’s Anna of the North continue to raise the levels with the video for their single ‘Someone’. Directed by Anna Lotterud herself and Russell Crank, clips of Anna strolling about through the night contrasts with more serene images of her among the ocean side and pool front. Emotional at times, there are also lively parts with her dancing with a random stranger in the street. The song is taken from Anna of the North’s forthcoming debut album ‘Lovers’, out September 8th. Check it out.