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Norway based singer/songwriter Beharie shares stunning, slow burning single in the form of ‘Me and My Lonely’. Serving as the follow up to last year’s glorious ‘Beharie’ EP, the guitar-laden single sees the newcomer lay down his gentle, heartwarming tones over an ever blossoming, soul-stirring soundscape. Perfect for the colder months to come, ‘Me and My Lonely’ is a welcome return from the rising artist.
Introducing Norwegian newcomer fijitrip who shares ‘New$hoes’, another captivating single taken from his forthcoming debut EP ‘Tech’. Serving as the follow up to debut cut ‘Not Like’ which dropped last month, ‘New$hoes’ is a glitchy, electronic-led track that captures an element of playfulness whilst shrouding the true sentiment; a one-sided relationship. With these two tracks alone, fijitrip has shown why he’s one of the most exciting artists around – check out the vibrant lyric video to the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘Tech’ which is out later this month.
Oslo based newcomer Christian Beharie aka Beharie introduces himself with his spellbinding eponymous debut EP which highlights his poetic songwriting and enticing vocals. From the calming atmospherics of singles like ‘I Need You’ and ‘What We Started” to the more vibrant and energetic vibrations of ‘Alone’ and ‘Let Me Out’, Beharie showcases his immense versatility with each track offering a varying slice of the artist’s unique sound.
Norwegian duo Konradsen (comprised of vocalist/pianist Jenny Marie Sabel and multi-instrumentalist Eirik Vildgren) share their sparse yet hauntingly beautiful new single ‘Dice’, taken from their forthcoming debut album ‘Saints And Sebastian Stories’. Since introducing themselves with ‘Never Say A’ a year ago, the pair have continued to impress with their intimate and utterly captivating compositions with singles like ‘Baby Hallelujah’ and ‘Television Land’. With ‘Dice’, Konradsen strip away the production to allow the twinkling keys and Marie Sabel’s honeyed tones.