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“The song is about turning darkness into light and bringing beauty back to one’s life when it seems impossible,” Danish singer-songwriter Kleo shared yesterday on her social media, coinciding with the release of her first single Miss You. This cover letter is an alt-pop song full of longing, where a grandiose soundscape of dreamy guitars and synths over an uptempo, persistent beats tells the story of how grief and loss leave bleeding hearts. And the single comes along with a music video in which nature and introspection are a constant.

The love for transcendental meditation meets hyper romance or Vedic astrology in Kleo’s music, who sends an optimistic message through her new song reminding us that we have the ability to build our future path and see the light at the end of the tunnel when it even seems that we have lost everything. It’s all about seeing your own reality from a bigger perspective, growing as a human being, and decorating the darkroom of grief with objects that let the light back in.

Having performed at the Spot festival in Aarhus, Denmark, and Tambourhinoceros Presents in Copenhagen, the single she is now unveiling is produced by Søren Buhl Lassen. “The song is about carrying your heart in your hands, letting yourself be vulnerable and opening up to the darkness so the light can flow in,” she adds about the release that has become a hymn to dreams and hope. “And I miss you, miss you, miss you / I wish you, wish you could be here right now / Cause it gets worse when the lights are out,” she sings.

David Alarcón
Fiona Agaard

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