Vorsen Shares New Single ‘Radio’

Vorsen, the moniker of London-based, Australian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Oliver Halvorsen, is back with his brand new single Radio, a warm and dreamy piece of indie-folk music.
What I like the most about this song is how soothing Vorsen's vocal delivery is, soaring effortlessly over the chilled out, atmospheric production. Making things sound even more ethereal are the backing vocals from Camilla Staveley-Taylor from The Staves, instantly setting the tone for a memorable and enthralling listening experience. Radio is a melancholic number reflecting the internal struggle of coming to terms with being reliant on someone during tumultuous circumstances. This message and his gut wrenching vocals are backed by a polished blend of electronic and indie-folk elements featuring an array of bleeps and bloops, luscious soundscapes and rich acoustics that together create an overall warm and soothing atmosphere perfect for a reflective day home alone. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, 
Everyone wants to be comfortable in their own skin. Today, it’s more evident than ever that people find it important in maintaining their independence and being ok completely alone, or at least portraying that; and I’d say I’m one of those people (for the most part). However, when life is rubbish and you’re going through some stuff it’s emotionally stifling and ridiculous to deny that you need friends or a partner to help get through it. Men especially suck at it. This song is about coming to terms with that feeling - that maybe you aren’t impervious to difficult stuff and do in fact need others at those times and guess what, that’s totally fine.