Aurora presents a new album “The Gods We Can Touch” with two singles


Norwegian pop musician Dawn is a few weeks away from the release of The gods we can touch, his third studio album released on January 21 via Decca. Before her arrival, she presented the project with two new singles: “A Dangerous Thing” and “Everything Matters”.

“There is a lot of beauty in this world. And there’s a lot of ugliness,” Aurora shares of the old record. “I was surprised to learn how often the ugly is disguised as beauty. How often poison is disguised as wine. And life disguised as death.

“A Dangerous Thing” draws on the notion of self-awareness in a field that disguises a cold and abusive relationship into something genuinely warm and attractive. The soundscape built by Aurora with producers Martin Sjølie and Magnus Skylstad is an adventurous musical journey.

She continues: “And when we learn that what we thought was good for us is actually bad for us – even then, we tend to go back to it. Because at least it’s familiar. And all we dream of is home. Seductive, but destructive. A dangerous thing indeed.

For “Everything Matters,” Aurora teams up with French musician Pomme for a cosmic assessment of what truly has value and the variation in ways meaning can present itself.

About the song, she says, “It’s a very strange story. A story that I would like people to discover for themselves. I contacted a French artist, Pomme, to write me the end. And it’s beautiful. Sensual. And real.

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“I often feel like this world is trying to focus me on all these big miracles. And in a way, I feel like that makes me miss the little ones,” she explains. And it’s sad. Because little miracles happen all the time. Sometimes multiple times a day. And I want to see them all. Because everything matters.”

Buy or stream “A Dangerous Thing” and “Everything Matters.”


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