Swedish songstress/songwriter Nin Kinert is coming back in full force this year with a new album Romantic. Inspired by romanticism, the record will tap into themes of love, soul, nature, nostalgia and 19th century poetry (Baudelaire, Shelley). Today, the gal is treating us with her video “Der Dom il Duomo” where we see her flexing her vocal prowess amidst the tender melody. Exuding a mystic flair, “Der Dom, il Duomo” is a poetic balladry that lets the raw essence of classy instruments and Nina’s vocals take the spotlight:
“This is a song about big halls, big emotions, big nostalgia. It’s a metaphor for a lot of things but most of all it’s a very literal description of how my favourite love story of all times – the one about me and the man I’m married to- came about. The song is a one-take-recording made with friends on a cold October day. It’s about the pain of spring, thriving but carrying the promise of all things transient. It’s Germany, it’s Italy, it’s in english and I’m swedish. Love is love -universal and everywhere you are. Hope this song finds you, and finds you well.” shared Nina.
After releasing an album that revolved around Star Wars and another around eternity, Nina is taking a far more spiritually introspective and intimate approach with Romantic. Produced by Daniel Fagerström (The Skull Defekts, Optic Nest etc) and mastered by Heba Kadry (Björk, Beach House etc), Romantic will be out on May 11 via V2 Records.
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