Elina Unveils New Single ‘Remember’

Swedish, Ivor Novello-nominated singer-songwriter Elina is back with her brand new single Remember, the title track of her 6-track EP, out now!

I am a huge fan of Elina's dulcet, vulnerable vocals and how they instantly draw the listener to her honest and heartfelt storytelling. Remember is an acoustic guitar-led track on which Elina reminisces about the early stages of a loving relationship and I think most of us can relate to her lovely storytelling.

I am loving how her vocals are packed with so much raw emotion and how warm and intimate the production is, allowing for her stunning vocals to soar. I am also very fond of how the acoustic guitar riffs are beautifully intertwined with emotive piano chords and lush strings that flawlessly enhance the emotion of both her vocals and songwriting. Check it out below!


Speaking about the EP, Elina said,

This EP is all about embracing change. About accepting that everything is transient. I’ve had a complicated relationship to change all my life and I’ve learned this about myself more than ever while writing these songs. They reflect a lot of what’s been going on in my own head and in my personal life this past year. It’s been therapeutic as always, writing alongside life. I’ve started letting go of the control I try to have over the uncontrollable. I’ve started taking care of my mental health in several ways. I think I’ve become a little more aware of the root of the anxiety I’ve had over the past few years and I’ve found new ways to cope with it. Even though there is a sentimental undertone to the music I want this chapter to be a bright one. I want it to spark new ways of thinking, just like it did for me. The end of something is always the beginning of something else. We love, let go and love again. We make new memories, find new paths. We’re all on a constant journey trying to navigate through life, and with every experience, we become a little wiser. I want to reach a point where I can stand before change without being scared of it. It is so important to be true to yourself and not stay in places, with people or in situations where you don’t feel happy. Most of the time it’s just the monsters in our own head stopping us from exploring the love and happiness out there for us."