Helene Bak ‘A Roof’ : Truths that bind her listeners together in that most human.

Helene Bak

This the second single from Helene Baks upcoming album ‘Under One Roof’ (August the 21). “The new single is about looking back on your past and making peace with it… to make you stronger for the future,” said Helene. “It’s a song that in a time of crisis like this, where there’s been time for great thoughts and reflection, finds new meaning and a unique relevance.”

Thoughtful and insightful. Helene’s slowed down vibes of ‘A Roof’ is an exercise of dignity and forward looking progression. A marked attitude of reflecting upon the undeniable past, to give acknowledgement for the future energies ahead. ‘A Roof’ puts harmony and the promise of prosperity, to an emotional struggle that is private, personal, but ultimately revealing in a celebratory beauty.

Added Helene: “The song is my very own late youth rebellion – a rebellion with a better understanding of how hard it is to forgive both yourself and your surroundings, but also knowing that there’s so much strength and freedom in doing just that.”

Gentle wisps of Helene’s vocals, dangle truths that bind her listeners together in that most human: An understanding and empathy – valiant and trusted.

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“A Roof” er ude i dag! Find den på din foretrukne streamingtjeneste🤗 “The house looks the, but the paint is peeling off. The weeds are growing wild. I am brought back, I am brought back”🏡 Lyt og del endelig❤️‬ ‪ Tusind tak til mit dejlig band Mikkel Bøggild, Michael Vestbo, Jens Jefsen og Søren Pedersen🙌🏻 Jesper Riis og Nikolai Bøgelund spiller skønt blæs🎺 Produktion og mix: Mikkel Bøggild💪🏻 Indspillet i Skraaplan Recording🎙 Mastering: Sigurdór Guðmundsson / Skonrokk Mastering📀 Foto: Mathias Ørtenblad Nobel📸 Artwork: Kasper Vindeløv🤘🏻 Video: Ida Krebs Bille👇🏻 PR og gode vibes: Anna Krebs Bille / Stille Støj👌🏻 #folkmusic #americana #stillestøj #sangskriver #horns

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