Danish / Faroese singer and songwriter Brimheim shares new track "Four Chambers".
With dark, volatile guitars, naively programmed drum machines and a strong, sincere vocal, Brimheim can best be
described as the illegitimate love child of Florence Welsh and PJ Harvey - a goth teenager who listens to Radiohead and reads Murakami.
Debut single Kafka was released on June 19th and gained loads of recognition including features at Dummy Magazine, Bizzarre Magazine and Loud Women and was also added to tastemaker playlists such as New Music Friday and Fresh Finds.
Today, Brimheim is releasing "Four Chambers", the second single from her upcoming EP.
‘The song stands for the period where I was still in the process of freeing myself from my old identity - where I closed my eyes for all the inner and outer transformations I had to wake up to and face
with my head held high - but there is a glimpse, and it draws you.’
The lyrics are full of anxiety, hope and humor and center on the same kind of existential vulnerability, which can be found in Mitski and Julia Jacklin's musical universe.
Behind Brimheim are Danish / Faroese singer and songwriter Helena Rebensdorf - daughter of the famous Faroese singer and journalist Elin Brimheim Heinesen.
Four Chambers is out August 14th and debut EP “Myself Misspelled” is out on October 16th, 2020.
Brimheim - Four Chambers (Single)