Today Danish artist Faunea once agains invites you into her dystopian pop-universe when she releases the single ‘Addicted’. Back in January she released the single ‘CRZY’ which, among other things, gave her airplay on Danish National Radio. Together with ‘Addicted’, these two singles makes the foundation of her upcoming debut-EP.
Based on her first single, Faunea has made a name for herself in several places on the Danish upcoming music scene, including performances at Uhørt Festival as well as airplay on Danish National Radio P3. She lately also released the track ‘Sound of Breaking’ which have a vital part of the Netflix series Tiny Pretty Things.
With a handful of well-executed singles as well as performance at a number of prominent festivals, such as Roskilde Festival and in addition with airplay on Danish National Radio P3, ELBA has slowly started claiming herself a place as one of the most promising Danish pop artists at the moment. The single ‘Sirens’ is out today.
ELBA wrote the song ‘Sirens’ to process the everyday sexism she herself has been subjected to and celebrates that it has become acceptable to speak up about it.
“Sirens has been important to me to both write and releasing because it’s a way I can process my own prejudice, especially the sexism in myself have been exposed to. The song is a celebration of the fact that the boundaries of what is acceptable have shifted and still are, so that one can now be allowed to speak up.”
Since her debut one the single ‘Oohla Oohla Oohla’ back in 2019, there has been relatively quiet from the Danish electronic pop artist Faunea. However, time has been spent writing her debut EP, and today she releases the single ‘CRZY’.
‘CRZY’ is a song about feeling trapped in a life that is “too perfect”. When Faunea wrote the song during a writing trip to LA, she was in a relationship at the time that was just that. She could no longer feel herself in what had simply become a long straight line of perfection and from this the song ‘CRZY’ came out.
Based on her first single, Faunea has made a name for herself in several places on the Danish upcoming music scene, including performances at Uhørt Festival as well as airplay on Danish National Radio P3.