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SHE’S THE MOON Drops ‘Villain’ in Slamming Debut

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Copenhagen’s SHE’S THE MOON releases debut EP “What I Thought I Wanted” on Jan 12, exploring heartbreak and growth through electro-pop.

SHE’S THE MOON, the stage name of Stine Rosenløv Jensen, emerges from Copenhagen with a compelling blend of electro-pop in her debut EP, “What I Thought I Wanted.” Released on January 12, 2024, the EP marks a significant entry into the music scene, showcasing her ability to weave heartfelt lyrics with powerful pop-hooks. Drawing inspiration from artists like Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars, SHE’S THE MOON offers listeners a unique bedroom pop experience, characterized by songs that resonate with the dual capacity to dance and cry.

The EP, consisting of five tracks, delves into themes of self-love, honest despair, and the complexities of romantic relationships. “Villain,” a standout track, has been particularly noted for its engaging rhythm and emotionally powerful vocal performance. Heathcliff, a curator from The Lions Ground Entertainment Group, highlights the song’s consistent rhythm and the artist’s ability to create a “relatable and comforting space” through her music. Heathcliff told SHE’S THE MOON: “Your lyrics are fresh. They make people think. Keep this up, it’s a strong point for you. Vocals … they’re full of feeling.”

SHE’S THE MOON’s journey in music began at six, with her songwriting starting at the age of twelve. Starting early has resulted in a debut that truly highlights her artistic development. The EP’s release was celebrated with a concert at Urban 13 in Copenhagen, where SHE’S THE MOON performed the project live for the first time, receiving positive feedback from attendees.

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According to SHE’S THE MOON, the EP represents her journey of personal development, particularly highlighting the track “What I Thought I Wanted.” She shares, “I’m glad I lost what I thought I wanted,” expressing the EP’s focus on embracing change and progressing.

The release of “What I Thought I Wanted” not only signifies SHE’S THE MOON’s farewell to bad memories but also her bold step into the music industry. With a sound that merges electro and pop with a touch of personal storytelling, SHE’S THE MOON is poised for further success. Listeners and fans can access the EP through various streaming platforms, including a direct link to Apple Music for those looking to experience the depth of her music firsthand.

As SHE’S THE MOON progresses in her career, her debut EP showcases her talent and potential in the pop music scene. Stay tuned for updates on her upcoming projects and possible tours by bookmarking her official website shesthemoonmusic.com.

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