AURORA Releases Two New Songs “A Dangerous Thing” & “Everything Matters” featuring Pomme
- Norwegian singer-songwriter AURORA unveiled two new songs “A Dangerous Thing” and “Everything Matters” from her upcoming third studio album “The Gods We Can Touch” on January 7, 2022.
“A Dangerous Thing” was written and produced by AURORA and Martin Sjølie.
“Everything Matters” features French singer-songwriter Pomme. It was written by AURORA, Jamie Hartman and Pomme. Produced by AURORA, Jamie Hartman and Magnus Skylstad.
AURORA said of “A Dangerous Thing”, “There's a lot of beauty in this world. And there's a lot of ugly. I was surprised to learn how often the ugly is disguised as beauty. How often poison is disguised as wine. And life disguised as death. And when we learn that what we thought was good for us, is in fact bad for us - even then we tend to go return to it. Because at least it's familiar. And all we ever dream about is home. Seductive, yet destructive. 'A Dangerous Thing' indeed.”
She explained of “Everything Matters”, "It's a very strange story. A story I would like for people out there to figure out themselves. I contacted a French artist, Pomme, to write the ending for me. And it is beautiful. Sensual. And real. I do often feel like this world is trying to make me focus on all these great miracles. And somehow I feel like it makes me miss out on the small ones. And that is sad. Because the small miracles happen all the time. Sometimes several times a day. And I want to see all of them. Because 'Everything Matters'.”
The new album is set to be released on January 21, 2022. It is her first album in three years.
She recorded the album at a castle Baroniet Rosendal in Norway. “I get really affected by my surroundings so it's been very special to write an album in Norway in peace and quiet,” AURORA told GAY TIMES. “It has so much history and it felt really right making the album there. Making albums is my favourite thing to do in life. I've started my next album already. It's been amazing to make an album from home. It's a very playful album inspired by that urge of not being ashamed of wonderful things.”
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- source : Apple Music