Faunea Shares Moody New Alt-Pop Single “FOREVER”

A reflection of Faunea's life journey

Multi-faceted artist Faunea has released her moody alt-pop single “FOREVER,” available to stream on all DSPs. The track is a reflection of Faunea’s life journey in breaking free from confining societal expectations that had held her back from discovering herself. 

“I wrote ‘FOREVER’ at a moment in my life when I truly felt like I had found myself and my purpose,” she says. “Throughout the song, I convey my acceptance of being unconcerned with what others think. In the end, I believe it’s about what truly brings you joy and fulfillment. Singing ‘FOREVER’ is my way of expressing a constant inner wish: that I’ll never lose the willpower and courage to believe in myself ever again.”

Faunea comes from Danish, Peruvian, and Asian descent. Her voice has been described as a delightful combination of lightly intimate yet with a surprisingly powerful dark side. Her sound is a playful universe, with an eerie electronic vibe. When her light and innocent voice occasionally breaks down in a dark and haunting feeling the contrast becomes clear, and she’s guiding the listener through the maze of a slightly manic character.

She first gained international recognition as an artist when her song “Sound of Breaking” was featured in the American Netflix series Tiny Pretty Things. Since then, she has written more music and participated in numerous collaborative projects, including songs like Muri’s “Fallin’,” Nonsens’ “Feel That Way” and the latest collab with the artists Dwonji and Xarxay, “I Can Imagine It All.”

In collaboration with the ‘Nordic Music Society,’ she released her own EP titled No Filter In My Unbreakable Neon Crab Heart. Afterward, she became an independent artist and released the song “Satellites,” which was launched under her own record label. It came with a captivating music video filmed in Montreal in collaboration with Canadian filmmaker Andy Ziel. Faunea has also graced the stages of Danish festivals like SPOT Festival, UHØRT Festival, and Hotel Cecil.

How are we feeling about Faunea’s latest release “FOREVER”?

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