by Noctis Online


Music May 10, 2018

Drawing from influences like Björk and Pink Floyd, new Stockholm-born artist STEELE, combines elements of dark pop, post rock, and trip-hop through each of her productions. Following on from the release of ‘Know Her’, which praised her as HMV’S Next Big Thing, ‘Temporary Love’ – which was released last month – displays the depth of vocals she’s capable of and is a nod the effortless production of Charles Elmi and Dejan Sajinovic.

The cinematic harmonies are intertwined around the vast musical soundscape producing a record that is simply enchanting. Effortless and serene, STEELE firmly plants herself on our hazy summer playlists.


STEELE said, “I started writing ‘Temporary Love’ last summer while on a train from Berlin to Amsterdam. I was struck by the fact that I was in between places, not in my own country and not going home. The feeling also inspired the name of my second EP ‘Hiraeth’. Which means a longing for a home you can’t return to, or one that was never yours. Not necessarily a house, but a homely feeling such as love. Temporary love.”

She is currently working on her first full length album, ‘Paroxysm’, which will be released on June 13th, 2018


‘Temporary Love’ is Out Now on Soundcloud and Spotify

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