‘The Songs Are Over’ is the stunning new single from Icelandic singer/songwriter, EinarIndra, and the second track off his forthcoming debut EP, Stories.
EinarIndra wrote the songs for this EP while on a writing-sabbatical, all alone in a cabin out in the wilderness, just west of Reykjavík. ‘The Songs Are Over’ started out as more of an indie/folk tune, but then as he drew inspiration from the likes of Brian Eno, Chet Faker and James Blake, the track gradually began to evolve into the beautifully warm, atmospheric masterpiece we have for you today.
EinarIndra has also recently launched a crowd-funding campaign via Karolina Fund, to help raise the money needed to record and produce his debut release in CD and Vinyl formats. There will also be an accompanying remix EP, featuring its four tracks being re-imagined by four prominent Icelandic producers. Be sure to take a look at list of the rewards that you can receive for pledging to this incredible project – there’s just 26 days remaining: https://www.karolinafund.com/project/view/1245
EinarIndra’s Stories EP will be seeing its official release on March 10, and you can check out its lead single, ‘Sometimes I’m Wrong’, right here.