Magnus Bechmann Releases New EP ‘Uneasy, Pt.1’

    Magnus Bechmann, a rising artist from Norway, has released his five-track EP Uneasy, Pt.1 — today. In his new EP, Bechmann takes inspiration and indie-pop direction from the superb Two Door Cinema Club and The 1975, while still maintaining his view and sound that encapsulates a style of his own, bringing authenticity and originality to the world of music. The EP marks quite an achievement for Bechmann, who is becoming to be considered a name with mountains of talent.

    Whilst talking about the project and taking a decision to release it in this format, Bechmann stated: “Discussing his decision to release the new project in this format, Magnus says:
    “viewing it as a writer listening from the outside, it can seem a bit overwhelming to
    take in everything at once. After all I don’t want the listener to feel too disillusioned… but there is really no way around the fact some situations in life are unpleasant. In a way, you can look at the lyrics as the bitter pill and the accompanying music as the spoonful of honey to make it all go down smoother”.

    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas is the Editor-in-Chief at Our Culture Mag. He regularly delves into modern art, fashion, and photography. Modestas is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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