Onr. Bends Time & Mends Hope In “Five Years Time”

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Scottish indietronic artist Onr. brings us on the verge of politics and time in his new single “Five Years Time.” With flooding choruses and stomping beats that resemble the sound of a march or ticking clock, “Five Years Time” is an introspective piece that has dark undertones covered with hopeful lyrics. Onr. doesn’t rely on neck-breaking pace to raise your goosebumps; instead, he delivers cathartic and hefty punches that strike your consciousness. Stream below:

“I was really trying to promote two ideas: firstly, this idea of balancing your past with your present, and secondly, to set it against this current backdrop of dark politics and the increasingly common frustration and helplessness that this generation is feeling.” shared Onr.

Founded in 2015, Onr. gained wide acclaim for his debut single “Jericho” and has recently signed to Capitol Records. As of now, Onr. will be playing several shows in the UK for the rest of the year:

11/25 – Westgarth Social Club (Middlesbrough, UK)

11/29 – Sneaky Petes (Edinburgh, UK)

11/30 – Madhatters (Iverness, UK)

12/1 – Sea Angling Club (Stornoway, UK)

12/2 – Arch Inn (Ullapool, UK)

12/6 – Duke’s Corner (Dundee, UK)

12/9 – The Studio at The Theatre Royal (Dumfries, UK)