Monday, October 10, 2016

FELIN - Bored

Having previously worked with the likes of Icona Pop, Tove Lo, The Rolling Stones and Adam Lambert, as well as their song "Revolt" being chosen by JC Jeans Company for their national jeans ad, Swedish audiovisual duo FELIN, comprised of songwriter/artist Elin Blom and photographer/director Fredrik Etoall (the "F" in FELIN) have just recently unveiled their latest single called "Bored", the follow-up to "It's Alright", a collaboration with fellow Swedish artist YAYA, released earlier this year.

"Bored" begins with a cranked up and distorted drumbeat, which pounces out of the speakers onto the listener's ears in an instant. Together with Elin's cool 'n' powerful lead vocals, the track rekindles the energy infused vibe of Gossip, early The Ting Tings and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The song was co-produced by Elin herself along with Jenny and Cecilia Vaz (yep, all female producers- still not enough of them out there) who have managed to craft this sonic hybrid of power, energy with a twinge of angst-filled apocalypse in the foreground.

Speaking on the track, Elin says:

"'Bored' is about always seeking thrills. A song for all the restless souls out there, but also a reflection over the world today where everything has become so accessible that we become bored as soon as we have a moment to reflect."

Listen to "Bored" below.

"Bored" is out now via Sony Music and available on iTunes.

Premiere via The Line of Best Fit.

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