Taken from the album of the same name out March 17 via Despotz Records
Adna – “Closure”
From Closure, due March 17 via Despotz Records
Listen to and embed “Closure”
Listen to “Closure” via Spotify // Apple Music // Deezer // Tidal
Listen to “Thoughts” via Spotify // Apple Music // Deezer // Tidal
Listen to “Overthinking” via Spotify // Apple Music // Deezer // Tidal
Watch and embed the video for “Thoughts” via YouTube
As premiered on The Line of Best Fit
““Closure” is a lilting-yet-intense folk offering from Sweden’s Adna” – The Line of Best Fit
The Swedish singer-songwriter Adna is releasing her new single “Closure” today, following “Thoughts” and “Overthinking”, which are all taken from Adna’s upcoming third album Closure which will be released on March 17 via Swedish indie label Despotz Records. The now 21-year-old artist released her debut album Night in 2014 and followed it the next year with Run, Lucifer, both released to critical acclaim, and over the past two years Adna has racked up over 20 million plays on Spotify while touring all around Europe.
Written and recorded during the first half of 2016 in her adopted hometown of Berlin, Closure is Adna’s most personal record yet, delving deeper into her own past and darkness than before. Closure is due on March 17 via Swedish indie label Despotz Records.
After the release of her last album Run, Lucifer Adna toured all over Europe and has had a lot of inspiration and time to reflect on her live performance. She is still living in Berlin and spent the first half of last year writing and recording her third full-length album Closure, which will be released on March 17 and followed by a new tour, and on it we find Adna digging deeper into her own past and her own darkness than ever before.
Adna has released two full-length albums and has had over 20 million Spotify streams in the last two years. The melancholic, lo-fi, singer-songwriter has had her work compared to the likes of Bon Iver & Daughter as well as high praise from KCRW, Pigeons and Planes, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, and had several sync placements in popular television shows.
Press for Adna
“a bit of lush melancholia with dreamy overtones that will certainly tug at your heart strings” – Stereogum
“Introspective and fragile, it’s a modern-day take on heartbroken folk tales that’s as instantly relatable as it is devastating.” – DIY
“Mirroring the musicality of the song, the video features layers upon layers of rich imagery, stepping boldly between delicately soft visions and striking, sweeping physical movements” – Ja Ja Ja