Mystical adjustments, in highlights emotional. Fluttering giddiness, tamped down by the safety of angsty interventions. Wilma Nea’s ‘That Rain’ is an ironic destitution for why thing can or could be. A remembrance of the dangers of an intricate revival in truths. Personal truths. A personally – inextricably beautiful case of scar ending truths.
Taken from her upcoming EP ‘Issues’, Wilma stated: ‘That Rain’ is about not finding the energy to do stuff. When I was younger I would stress about it and hope for rain so it could somehow justify me staying home.”
Songwriting fueled by the unknown. A universe of inner demons. A local existence of fleeting worldliness. It’s a triumph of expression in a finely crafted, delicate pop tune, in the best traditions of poetry and Fiona Apple. A grating and real avarice for the kinds of interdependence and intertwined cynicism, always there and by your side.
A rain fall is maybe like a deep breath. A pause, before the storm, to come.
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Thank you for listening!🌹That Rain is the first single from a little EP that wants to meet you in May. Until then i’ve put together a playlist full of songs by people i admire and love // Go find it in my Spotify profile.📟📡 Cozy photos by @emiliasnilsson / @wannabefotografemilia