By Vee D

Nordic talent has long been making strides on the international music scene, and Iceland is no exception, with pop newcomer Heidrunna hailing from Reykjavik.

Heidrunna’s latest pop-nugget Borderline is drenched in electro-pop and oozes in sugar-coated synth, not to mention the gentle nod to early-Little Boots creations is crystal clear throughout the duration of the track.

Here’s Heidrunna detailing the song’s background: “A friend of mine was going through a hard time in a relationship and didn’t know how to let go. Borderline is about that feeling when you need to do the right thing and have a clean break, even though you know it’s fucked up and that’s the best option for you but you just can’t see the wood from the trees.

Borderline is lifted from Heidrunna’s debut album Melodramatic out next year. The record is due to come equipped with an imaginative visual aesthetic and includes production by Liam Howe (Lana Del Rey, MARINA, Ellie Goulding) – and should be one to look out for.



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