Norwegian alt-pop singer extraordinaire AURORA has released the enchanting ‘Forgotten Love’, lifted from a forthcoming body of work. Blending the bewitching instrumentation of early Kate Bush with the propulsive electricity of The Knife and Robyn, this is another glorious and gigantic taste of this young artist’s next musical quest.

Following from statement debut ‘Queendom’, AURORA continues to experiment with production techniques and vocal layering. The outcome is as characterful and curious as the artist herself, the Norwegian native’s songwriting is enchanting as ever yet on both ‘Forgotten Love’ and ‘Queendom’ AURORA’s involvement in production has propelled these off-kilter folk narratives into bonafide pop anthems.

Speaking on the track she claims - “’Forgotten Love’ is an individual song – which I really like about it. I think people can find many different personal meanings in it, as is its mission. For me it’s about how I felt sorry for every day I forgot to grieve for someone I lost. After the years went by I suddenly woke up realising I hadn’t even been sad for months. I’ve just lived. Like he would want me to and in that moment, I didn’t feel guilt. I didn’t feel heavy or sorrowful. Just relieved. And it was quite beautiful. Being able to forget.”