After a short hiatus, Danish artist Selma Judith returns and pushes dimensions with her new single Some Folklores.
Some Folklores is majestically structured with stimulating violins, unconventional rhythms flowing like an unpredictable river, with pop, R&B vibes and classical underlines. Producer Mikkel Kjærr Hansen and Jens Rønne with Emma Kragh-Elmøe on violin enthuse and texture Some Folklores with a pulsating loop and intriguing dynamics.
Selma Judiths’ bold and sensitive qualities convene in a pathway between Swedish artist Adée and Bjork – assured and distinctive. Her musical boundaries are borderless (she’s classed as a pop artist in Denmark), however, her soft vocals and phrasing style continue to steer her into the soulful sound of Scandinavia and alternative R&B.
Since her hugely popular debut ‘Kind of Lonely‘ in 2018, Selma Judith has released only two additional songs. All are worth discovering and re-discovering.
Some Folklores may twist a new way but it’s a progressive journey forward. Exciting and experimental Selma Judith creates music to admire and adore – repeatedly.