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Seven In The Morning is Birds Are Better’s Single Out Now

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature artist is Birds Are Better and his single Seven In The Morning.

Seven In The Morning is Birds Are Better’s Single Out Now

The creativity of this artist is indisputable.

An ethereal and psychedelic style that has the ability to speak directly to the heart of the listener.

The delicate voice of Stian Fjelldal aka Birds Are Better is captivating.

His music transcends this reality and manages to make you fly with your imagination. The thing I liked the most is mixing folk sounds with keys that seem to come from the future.

I was speechless listening to this beautiful song. Seven In The Morning is a nostalgic and intense song that stirs strong emotions in the soul of the listener.

I became an instant fan of Birds Are Better, the talent of this artist is immense.

The guillotined ending is the icing on the cake. Leave the desire to click the play button to live this fantastic musical experience one more time.

Seven In The Morning is Birds Are Better’s Single Out Now!


Impressive!


Seven In The Morning is Birds Are Better’s Single Out Now

The brainchild of Norwegian singer-songwriter Stian Fjelldal, Birds Are Better, brings a different approach to folk music with a fusion of traditional folk, power-pop, synth-rock and indie-pop.

The newest addition to the catalogue is the single “Seven In The Morning”. It’s the last one before the debut album “The Island – Part One” which comes out May 19th.

“Seven In The Morning” is an ambient folk pop ballade about letting go of someone you’ve lost. Imagine a crossover between Simon & Garfunkel and A-HA and you’ll get an idea of where this is going.




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