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  • Winona Oak Announces New EP “Void”, Shares New Song “If I Were To Die”

  • Swedish singer-songwriter Winona Oak will release her upcoming EP “Void” on May 3, 2024 via Nettwerk.


    The EP is her first body of work in two years since the 2022 debut album “Island of the Sun”.
    Also, the new project is the first release under her new label Nettwerk.
    Winona Oak said of the EP, “Last year was by far the worst year of my life. When my mom passed away, I lost a part of myself that I will never get back. I've never felt so empty, so far from the person that I used to be. Living with grief is like learning how to live with half a heart. Everything is a constant reminder of what could have been. This EP was created in the middle of the chaos, with a void inside my chest. All the lyrics are raw and unfiltered, there's parts of me in these songs that will tell you more about me than I could ever explain.”
    She continued, “I feel very lucky to have such beautiful collaborators and friends that made it possible for me to be completely vulnerable. Every songwriter and producer on this record has played an important part of my journey and I could never thank them enough for helping me turn my pain into art. I hope you will love 'Void' as much as I do.”
  • From the EP, she unveiled the fourth single called “If I Were To Die” on February 9, 2024.
    The song is accompanied by the Julian Gillstrom-directed music video.
    It was written by Aron Bergervall, Louise Lindberg and Winona Oak. Produced by Aron Wyme.
    The track is a depiction of the anxiety of the mind and not allowing yourself to be carefree and revel in happiness.
    Winona Oak said of the song, “When catastrophic thinking sets in, I feel like everything's gonna fall apart. It's almost like I got so used to the chaos that I don't know how to function in peace. When everything is 'too good to be true' my brain automatically starts creating nightmare scenarios - I feel like I'm better off always expecting the worst.”
    She added, “Musically, I love how this song takes you on the same kind of journey as it does lyrically. Dark synths and crying guitars lead you into the arms of a big choir, with each harmony representing its own emotion.”
  • source : Apple Music
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