Recalling other distinct pop artists like Halsey and Tove Lo, emerging Norwegian act Hanne has the ability to create a sensible pop track that puts her in a distinguished category of her own. With dulcet tones that contrast the moody palette of her discography, Hanne’s expressive sound has landed her as one of the “Scandinavian artists to listen to in 2018” via The Fader.
Armed with thoughtful pop melodies, Hanne explores the complexities of a relationship no matter the distance in her latest single “Sounds Good to Me”. Driven by a deep bass and hypnotic dance synths, her sensible approach in the track is equally balanced by her vulnerable tendencies, ultimately empowering Hanne’s narrative. After addressing her doubts and fears, she resorts to her final thoughts claiming “sounds good to me”. Hanne plays with both modern and retro themes in her production, making for a compelling contemporary release. It’s evident she compliments her unique songwriting with an expansive sound design. As “Sounds Good to Me” solidifies Hanne Mjøen as one to watch we look forward to seeing what the eloquent songwriter does next.
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