While maintaining their faceless identity, Stockholm Noir has dropped “Fear”, a release they’ll follow up, in a fortnight, with an earlier made raw, acoustic version. On this one, the Swedish electronic collective gets to share a slow-building, house track that is empowered by its deep composition.
“‘Fear’ dissects the challenge of letting go of lost love, wishing time could run backwards. The driving force that keeps you from giving up is fear. The feeling of fear is often considered as a bad thing, but we tend to forget that particular feeling can be the fuel that leads us to take action – ‘I’ve been running on fear’.” — Stockholm Noir
STOCKHOLM NOIR was formed last year in Sweden with a goal of exploring the dark edge electronic music. Behind their anonymous identity is a fast-growing brand that has propelled them to lucrative features in big Swedish series such as “Gåsmamman 3”, and ”Jordskott 2″.