SHY Martin Releases New Song “Remember you were the one”
- Swedish singer-songwriter SHY Martin released a new song “Remember you were the one” on April 9, 2021.
The song is the second single via her own label SHY Recordings, following “Break With Me”. She announced that she launched her own label back in March.
The track was written by SHY Martin, Julia Karlsson, Litens, and Hampus Lindvall, who also produced it.
SHY Martin said of the song, “I feel like I've become better at respecting myself and my energy during the last year, I've learnt to move away from situations and people that don't make me happy. I've never been good at letting relationships go and as a songwriter, I've always gone back to old relationships trying to figure out why they went wrong or if I could have done something differently to change the outcome. This song is the first one I've written about accepting it for what it is instead of dwelling on the past.”
- The accompanying music video was directed by her brother Hampus Hjellström, who shot it in his apartment.
She shared, “Me and Hampus isolated ourselves in his temporary apartment in Gothenburg for a few days while waiting for his covid test results, and the entire video was made right there. We had an idea of what we wanted to do but had to change it last minute which I'm very happy we did since I really love how the video turned out. I'm a list person and write at least a few lists every day, maybe because I have the worst memory ever. Since the song is about reminding someone about them doing you wrong, the post-its felt like a fun way of portraying that feeling.”
She continued, “I had so much fun writing this song. I had never worked with neither Julia nor Hampus before the pandemic but during the last year we've spent lots of days in the studio together and they have become some of my favorite people to work with. Litens is also one of my closest friends and colleagues and has been a part of most of my songs. We've known each other since 2014 when we studied music together.”
Hampus Hjellström said, “It's always a pleasure to work with Sara (SHY). We always find ourselves in funny situations and shooting the video stuck in my apartment was no exception. A couple of thousand pictures later and a negative covid test I'm happy we did haha”
- source : SoundCloud