Turið releases cinematic new single "What's Left Of Me"

Hailing from The Faeroe Islands in the North Atlantic, Turið is now based in Copenhagen and has recently released her captivating and cinematic new single "What's Left Of Me".

The new track is Turið's fifth song of 2020 and is yet another that is going to capture her fan's attention with a dreamy intro, almost straight out from The XX's back catalogue giving you something to chew on and get hypnotised with from the first click of the play button.

Speaking about the latest release she says - "When I wrote the song, I was in a very bad place mentally and it felt like I just hit rock bottom. Being in a place where I constantly was running away from myself and couldn’t control when I was drinking, I always tried to escape feeling those feelings. I remember staring at myself in the mirror, just staring, and I couldn’t recognize myself anymore and knew that I had to change my bad habits in order
to feel better."

Her vocals are so soothing when they come in taking you into a dreamland, with this song sounding like it would be perfect to listen to set to a backdrop of a starry sky. It's very stripped back as you can hear all of the instrumentation very clearly, mainly thanks to the crisp production but also how Turið lays out her music with her emotive vocals laid upon them.

It's a great example of some amazing cinematic indie-pop, with plenty of ethereal tones mixed in with slick instrumentation you're taken away for four minutes and treated to something truly sensational.