Norwegian pop with an underlying, subtle afro-beat vibe.
Infectiously happy disco pop, dripping in synth and camp kitsch.
“I wrote this song about messing up a good thing. The back end of the chorus reads: “I turn daisies to weeds, be careful where you plant your seeds.” It’s important to take a step back and realize what’s in front of you before it’s too late.”
“The song is about 2 intense weeks I had in Barcelona years ago, experiencing a lot of things for the first time. 2 weeks that in many ways made me grow up I guess, maybe a little bit too fast. I wanted to try to capture those moments and memories in this song both lyrically but also in the soundscape.To tell this story sonically I wanted the soundscape to have some kind of cinematic and organic vibe to it and dynamically just letting it grow. In short ’Barcelona’ Is about love and loss, and realizing that nothing is forever. I think a lot of people can relate to this and hopefully it will bring back some good memories”.
“I tend to describe the song as ‘sad pop’. I love making pop music, but as you’ll hear, I still haven’t totally recovered from my “emo phase.”
A stripped back production shows off an incredible melody and vocal.
There’s a charm with this that casts a spell over you. It’s pure bliss.
An upbeat electronic vibe from Australia, dripping in style.
Infectiously rousing indie.
Urban pop with a flair of innocence.
This isn’t a sound you wouldn’t have heard before, but it’s a brand of simple pop that’s pretty beautiful to listen to.