Swedish Duo FELIN Comes Out With Ballsy, Energetic Single ’21st Century’

Swedish audio-visual duo F E L I N, consisting of the ultimate professional power couple – songwriter/artist Elin Blom and photographer/director Fredrik Etoall – have released their single ‘21st Century’.

Intertwining the sounds of the present and the future, ‘21st Century’ is an infectious tune co-produced by Elin herself.

The song – driven, ballsy and filled with vigorous ‘”Go get it” energy – is about stepping away from the social media craze of the 21st century and to actually enjoy the world around us.

In F E L I N’s own words, the song is about the balance between everything bad going on in the world as well all the beauty and joy available to us.

Talking about the message behind the song, they say:

“We’re the lost generation. The generation where the image of caring is more important than to actually care. The generation where it’s more important to get likes than to be liked. The generation where how you look on the outside is more important than how you feel on the inside. We get lonelier each day even though we have the whole world just one click away. No matter what we decide to do we’re still going to be the future of the 21st century so let’s make it a future we want to live in.”

Proving to be a big success, Elin and Fredrik have already worked with the likes of Icona Pop, Tove Lo, Adam Lambert & The Rolling Stones and are working on new material due to be released soon.

Listen to ‘21st Century’ below:

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