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OSKA ‘Love You’ve Lost’ : You feel as the vibrating warmth of her vocals, envelope with perfection.

OSKA

Beautifully expressing artist OSKA, had charmed us from the beginning. Her souring flights, with undertones of melancholy and sorrow, brings forth chances at new endings and beginnings.

That’s what you feel as the vibrating warmth of her vocals, envelope with perfection.

“’Love You’ve Lost’ is about family – the harder parts of it. You can actually hear my siblings sing on this song, which is pretty special for me. They also appear in the music video. It’s a bit of a contrast to the song, as it celebrates family and all the good times, which we were very lucky to have a lot of.”

The Austria based artist prevails in presenting the whims of love, its understated dream-like violence, and its unmistakable delight in the ebbs and flows of confusion.

It is in the fact that it ever existed in the first place. Accepting and enjoying, even when short – that’s where we thrive and live for another day.

Don’t be lost, forever. Come back.

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