There are interstitial bits of jazz in Ary’s electropop single “Childhood Dreams” that places you between ambient soundscape and dancefloor. The Norwegian poptress shows mastery in cross-pollinating genres while keeping the veneer of softness over her synth beats. “Childhood Dreams” is a trend-fitter, but is more emotionally tangible that makes you process your thoughts midtempo and at the same time pump up your adrenaline. The perfect track for getting shit done:
“‘Childhood Dreams’ was written at a time in my life when everything was very new to me. I had just signed with my record label and started working through my demos. At the time I realised how much work I would have to do – to make my dreams become my reality. After the song was finished I listened to it and heard the story of how I used to feel. I was experimenting with a lot of sounds and expressions at the time, and without knowing it, I had described my state of mind. I heard myself let go of former connections and take a deep dive into my career and realising what it takes to reach my full potential. I found it terrifying to do my best, in case that wasn’t good enough. I still do.” shared the poptress.
“Childhood Dreams” is the follow up of Ary’s debut single “Higher” which quickly became a buzz in Norway. Ary is also an adroit producer – she has gained wide recognition from various presses and has been selected as one of the top ten “Ones To Watch” by industry professionals. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
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