Track Premiere: DENA – ‘So Wrong’ (feat. Sean Nicholas Savage)

‘So Wrong’ is the synth-laden single from DENA featuring the effortlessly smooth vocals of Canadian indie-crooner Sean Nicholas Savage. The track comes with the announcement of brand new album ‘If It’s Written’, due to be released September 14th, 2018 via Mansions and Millions. Inviting friends to collaborate on her very own terms, Dena created her own universe: features also include collaborations with Filipino cool cats Eyedress & Rhxanders, Berlin-based Argentinian singer Pictorial Candi and longtime collaborator and friend Erlend Øye. Get a feel for the upcoming album below with ‘So Wrong’.

“I wrote “So Wrong” after a flight, returning to Berlin from New York, after recording my EP “Trust”. A friend I work with there, SUM / ODD sent me the instrumental and I fell in love with the rhodes- chords and minimal vibe. It’s a song I wrote more as an ode to a place, as to a person, it’s about (be)longing and missing and not having. During that time I had met Sean in Berlin and immediately thought it would be beautiful if he would contribute to it, and I’m so glad he felt the tune and put his space-y magic on top of the music.” – DENA

Fittingly, telecommunication, computers, smartphones, and all those gadgets were not only tools to produce the songs on ‘If It’s Written’, but also a major theme in Dena’s writing. “We’re all woven into one big text message”, she muses, “the album is about us and communication.”

‘If It’s Written’ will be released on the 14th of September 2018 via Mansions and Millions

22/09/2018 Amsterdam, De Nieuwe Anita
25/09/2018 Copenhagen, Hotel Cecil
27/09/2018 Prague, Meet Factory
28/09/2018 Vienna Waves Festival
29/09/2018 Slovenia, Maribor, STOLP 3
30/09/2018 Budapest, A38 Ship
09/10/2018 Paris, Espace B.
10/10/2018 Antwerp, Trix Bar
12/10/2018 Berlin, Funkhaus Berlin
13/10/2018 Nürnberg Pop , Hinz x Kunz
18/10/2018 London, Old BLue Last
20/10/2018 Bristol, Simple Things Festival

Feature photo of DENA by Sander Houtkruijer
Album cover by Molly Dyson

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