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Elsa Carmona Smears Her Edginess In Electropop With Her New Sinle “Run Baby Run”

Haunting with sparks of R&B.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Spike up your electropop playlist with Sweden-based electropop singer, Elsa Carmona, and her new track “Run Baby Run” – a dark-tinted, synthsphere that takes you flowing with her stream of crispy vocals. It’s in the midpoint of dreamy waviness and moody ambiance, hit play:

Formerly known as Sirena (she sang Alesso’s “Sweet Escape”), Elsa decided to take a different artistic trajectory with her new moniker and craft an edgier sound in the Swedish pop realm. “Run Baby Run” is “a song about overthrowing any kind of dominant power, and it’s a song about revenge. I wrote it after being obsessed with Penny Dreadful, so I was using Vanessa Ives’ showdown with the devil as inspiration” she shared. This is the follow up of her previous single “Ritual,” which also exuded the same type of moodiness. As of now, Elsa’s working on new music that she’ll most likely be sharing in 2017.

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