Norwegian artist Gundelach's 2015 debut “Spiders” had us hooked. He makes electronic pop music with a dark edge, pairing his pristine vocals with multi-layered production. “Holy Water” is another hauntingly beautiful song, and it dates all the way back to a 2012 demo which he made in an abandoned film studio outside Oslo. He called that demo “Boris,” and explains what “Holy Water” means to him:
“The lyrics of ‘Holy Water’ don’t really make sense as a narrative. It’s more of a feeling, something abstract. I get the same feeling every time I listen to it though. The same feeling I got when I listened to ‘Boris’ back in 2012.”
Listen to “Holy Water” above and hear more from Gundelach here.
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