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The Ghost of Helags are a Swedish duo based in Berlin and they provide us with “shy Scandinavian electronica-pop” filtered through Berlin grit. They released an EP back in March and are now working on the follow-up release as well as a European tour.

The dreamlike track “Wildest Dreams” is an exquisite piece of piano based electronic pop with stunning and hypnotizing vocals.

“This new song is a tribute to Nature and to Dreams, both scary and stunningly beautiful. The track itself was recorded in a cabin close to an army base in the middle of nowhere. Deep in the wilderness in the deepest winter, falling asleep every night to the sound of wolves howling in the wind outside.”

The visuals for the breathtaking, soulful electronic ballad “Ocean’s Floor” from California artist Elisa Rose. The track is taken off her upcoming album, “Breath & Bones” which is due to be released later this year.

“I wrote “Ocean’s floor” when I was 17 years old and falling deeply in love for the first time. It spoke to my experience of wanting to share all of myself with my beloved; to journey into the depths of intimacy with him. The lyric, “…the more that you love, the more that you must let go…” came to me when I contemplated the reality that our relationship would ceaselessly change and ultimately dissolve back into the great mystery. With the sincerity of my love for him came an understanding to continually let go of my expectations of him in order to see who he truly was.”