Uncover the Major Menace: Ourselves

Susanne Sundfør, the acclaimed Norwegian singer-songwriter and Röyksopp collaborator, has spoken to NME about her new album ‘Blómi’, which pulls inspiration from discovering distraction within the previous world away from the political divisions of contemporary society. The album follows on from her 2017 launch, ‘Music For Individuals In Bother’, which mirrored Sundfør’s emotional battles reflecting the planet in peril. Nonetheless, her new album appears for mild within the darkness of the world. Sundfør argues that the most important hazard to society is ourselves and our incapacity to have civilised conversations and communication throughout political realms. She additionally highlights how societal divisions and tradition wars have been strengthened by the media, and the way it has left divisions even inside political spectrums. She believes that individuals ought to search for fact much less in “media in collaboration with governments” and extra in easy and common concepts.

Sundfør’s new album can be centered on group and roots, constructing on a extra “natural” sound. Whereas Sundfør has labored on extra pop-oriented music with Röyksopp, she is targeted on the natural components of her new album and appreciating the worth of discovering a human beat collectively in her upcoming dwell performances. The singer is hoping to announce gigs within the US, UK and Europe quickly after a collection of Norwegian tour dates.