Yndling Premieres Debut Song “Childish Fear”
- Norwegian dream-pop singer-songwriter Silje Espevik, aka Yndling released a debut song “Childish Fear”.
The song is composed of a hushed, muffled bassline, beatific drums, flows of shimmering synths and hypnotic, celestial clouds of production, creating an engrossing paradise of sound and a melancholy atmosphere. Produced by Adrian Einestor Sandberg.
“The song is about that stage in a relationship where there isn’t really that much new and exciting to discover about each other, and capture the fear that I might not be enough once the shimmering glow of first expressions fade,” Yndling said of the song. “I wanted to communicate a mood or a feeling with the song that evolves and becomes more consuming as the track unfolds.”
- Yndling's music takes influences from artists and bands such as Beach House, Tops, Crumb, Hatchie and Mazzy Star.
She explained about her music, “I think there is so much power in letting a feeling or experience be all-consuming, just for a little while, and I really need that to write music.”
She continued, “throw away the fear of being too honest or maybe telling a truth that’s not recognized by everyone else and that may feel a little too close for comfort.”
- source : SoundCloud