“At first this song was just raw emotion and feeling, but as we dove further into the lyric it became so poignant and it was clear that it was something I needed to say to my little sister. We were close growing up and I was extremely protective of her but at the time of writing No Messiah she had been going through some serious adult life challenges that I couldn’t get involved in and it made me feel frustrated just watching and doing nothing. Growing up, she was definitely the most timid of the 3 of us, but I can vividly remember some moments where she would break free from that timid character to stand up for herself, those around her or what she believed in and I wanted to remind her of the powerful inner strength that she has to overcome anything. This song is speaking directly to her and I feel it carries as much weight for someone listening in my position as it does for someone listening in hers.”
Track of the week. This is actually a pretty brave track to release for someone who’s become one of the biggest global talents. A minimal, fragile and subtle production that doesn’t scream for attention… Just a raw, delicate love song.
A stripped-down, polished pop sound.
A warm, organic and dreamy sound from Gothenburg.
Quirky yet dreamy disco from Norway.
A lo-fi dance hi-NRG vibe, perfect for the weekend.
“It’s a beautiful break up song. No animosity just real feelings about not fully being over someone.”