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”.

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