Amid a thriving new wave of exceptional Swedish pop talent comes the exciting and mysterious Laura Nox, who released her debut single ‘Save A Little Love’ yesterday, November 4, via Warner Music Sweden.
The track mixes electro-influenced underground sounds with darkly grand synths and an addictive chorus. The soundscape is wide and dream-like, providing a deep melancholic world to get lost in.
Lyrically, ‘Save A Little Love’ explores the recent refugee crisis and how poorly handled the situation has been on a political level. Most importantly, it highlights how easily the world looks away when things are hard to handle, and how we often we turn a blind eye to situations that don’t affect us directly.
Growing up in Malmö, the 21-year-old started performing in bands at the age of 17, and now, as a unique solo artist laden with British influences including the likes of Depeche Mode, Laura is moulding her own exciting brand of modern pop.
You can listen to the new track below.