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Bearson’s new tune makes unrequited love feel OK

Maybe love is best experienced from a distance?

Norwegian producer Bearson’s latest release “Win You Over” is a story of unrequited love. With vocals from the preternaturally talented SOAK and production support from Whethan, it’s about falling in love from across the room and never quite getting the courage to walk through the crowd of cool kids to go and introduce yourself. That might sound sad, but thanks to some glittering production and a lyric about being a puppy in a basket you kinda get the feeling that everything’s gonna be OK. Like maybe love is best experienced from a distance.

Listen up and get to know  Bearson below.

How would you describe your music in three words?

Playful, melodic, ever-changing.

Who’s your greatest influence?

Very hard to pick one, but some of my biggest influences the past few years have been Pharrell, Mark Ronson and Kevin Parker.

Who’s the last person you called?

My manager.

What did you talk about?

Hunger Magazine! Lol

What’s the one album you can’t live without?

Pet Sounds – The Beach Boys

What’s your favourite item of clothing?

I love a good t-shirt.

What’s the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought?

Probably some musical equipment. That’s what I’ll spend the most money on.

What’s your most vivid musical memory?

When I first started producing and I couldn’t stop exploring the endless opportunities. I would stay up all night and barely sleep.

Win You Over is out now. What’s it about?

I like leaving that to the listener’s imagination.

What’s coming up next?

Loads of new music.

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11 April 2019