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  • Fie Eike Releases New Song “Sad”

  • Copenhagen-based singer-songwriter Fie Eike released the second single called “Sad” on Mach 1, 2024, following the release of the debut song “The Nile” back in January.

    Two songs will appear on her upcoming debut album, which is expected to be released later this year.
    The song is an expression of sadness about the emotional wounds we humans cause ourselves and others, often unknowingly, when we fail to take responsibility for our challenging emotions such as sadness or anger, but instead avoid them, numb ourselves or project them onto others.
    Fie Eike said of the song, “We live in a time, where there is a sort of allergy towards challenging emotions. There seems to be a misconception that challenging emotions somehow limit our productivity and wellbeing when in fact it is quite the opposite. Because at the end of the day, everything that is unresolved eventually seeps out through the cracks and ends up controlling our subconscious, hindering our wellbeing and causing hurt not only in our personal lives but also on a more structural, collective level. If we dare to feel and be present with our deepest most challenging emotions, we give ourselves the chance to heal.”
  • Fie Eike was born and raised in Denmark, to Norwegian parents. Based in Copenhagen, her atmospheric songs and compositions are often inspired by experiences and childhood memories from nature, especially the Danish forests, the coastline of The North Sea and the fjords and mountain landscapes of Norway, where she would spend her summers growing up.
    She captures this atmosphere in photographs and other artwork, stating that visual expression is an integral part and extension of her writing and composition process.

  • Photo by Kristina Sparsø
  • source : Apple Music
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