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From the first note Ea Kaya's confident, yet graceful vocals immediately draw to mind the likes of fellow Danish superstar MØ and Swedish pop princess Zara Larsson. Despite these obvious comparisons, the true novelty of her style is her ability to marry her lovesick, intimate verses with an addictive and commanding chorus. Preaching, "You can fuck it up if you want to, I still need you... I don't give a fuck ’cause I want you, I still need you", Ea Kaya cuts through any illusions and gets straight to the point - and heart.
Speaking on the track, Ea Kaya says:
"'Remedy' is a song about toxic love. In a relationship, it's rare that both parties want each other equally. As soon as you start catching feelings for someone, you can't help but get a little addicted. If you're down, he's able to make you forget your problems for a little while and he becomes a remedy to your dark sides. It's risky though, because if he finds out, he might take advantage of the power he has over you..."
With an accompanying music video for "Remedy" soon to follow and a sophomore single slated to drop in January, Ea Kaya promises to be a leading force in Denmark's next wave of seemingly unstoppable artists, prescribing her very own medicine to new age-pop and its acute idleness.
Listen to "Remedy" below.
Premiere via The Line of Best Fit.