Danish artist eee gee, aka Emma Grankvist, faces her some of the most vulnerable and fragile side of human nature in her new single “All Or Nothing.” With an acoustic approach, eee gee crafts a dreamy atmosphere as she gets candid with some of knottiest emotions – think of self-pity and self-realization. As its titles implies, eee gee gets wholeheartedly candid with her own insecurities while reassuring us that it is human to feel such things:
“‘All Or Nothing’ is about feeling inadequate and sorry for yourself, watching everyone else succeed in life. You’re feeling paralyzed from your lack of actions, and slowly realize that you now have to work twice as hard to get where you want to be, because you’ve been snoozing your life away. It’s the unpleasant but important wake up call, the awakening from hibernation.”
Be on the lookout for more releases from eee gee this year.
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