AURORA returns today (April 16) with the lead single from her sophomore LP, an enabling hymn called “Queendom.” The Norwegian pop pixie depicts it as “a melody where the sum total of what that has been noiseless can sing, the sum total of what that has been powerless can battle back and the sum total of what that has been stifled can be seen.” The track has exceptional centrality for her, as “a tune about my own particular minimal world. My queendom. A place where I am, where the sun is a crown and ocean waves are an outfit. It’s a sheltered place. Little, however sufficiently huge to fit every one of the general population on the planet.”
While it’s still extremely individual and quintessentially AURORA, “Queendom” likewise speaks to something from the stark and thoughtful fly of introduction LP, All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend. The track is all the more outward looking and common — a call of arms for ladies’ and LGBTQ rights. It’s additionally unfathomably infectious electro-pop tune. The generation is reasonably huge and frosty, and there’s an in a flash appealing chorale that worms its way into your head from the main tune in. Look at the rising star’s most recent jewel beneath.