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— 21/01/2022

Ea Othilde is another artist emerging from Norway, and on her debut single Back To You she keeps things sweet and simple. Back To You isn’t a song about ripping up the floorboards of modern music – instead, it’s a slowburning, stargazing bit of country-tinged pop, polished until it sparkles by producer Hans Olav Settem and easily charming thanks to Othilde’s obvious gift for melody. Midway in mood between a daydream and a sigh, it’s an perfect companion for a gentle, grey afternoon’s listening. It’s out now on Koke Plate, with an EP due later this year.


Tossing Coins Of Faith: AURORA Talks Imperfection and Spirituality

AURORA has stepped out of the dawn and into the bright sunlight with her latest record. On "The Gods We Can Touch" the artist and singer rediscovers a more playful side of herself. She spices synth-pop with themes of spirituality and reveals drawing inspiration from the flawed Gods of Greek Mythology in our interview ahead of the release.

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