Watch Aurora’s Otherworldly Video For ‘Giving In To The Love’

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Aurora has shared the new video for her recent single “Giving In To The Love”, which you can watch below.

The song is taken from the Norwegian artist’s upcoming new album The Gods We Can Touch, which is set for release on January 21, 2022 via Decca.

The otherworldly video for “Giving In To The Love” was directed by Aurora and shot in Oslo, the clip features the singer dancing among scenes of nature before she seemingly brings a statue to life.

Speaking to NME back in July about ‘The Gods We Can Touch’, Aurora said that her new record wouldn’t be dealing in “doom, gloom, COVID and horror”, but would instead be “more playful and fun” while still “representing a lot of things that bother me with society and our history”.

“It’s quite sensual actually, and very much about the dark, the light and the absurd combination of the two,” she said. “To me, music has always been very serious and no fun. I always write about really serious things, and I can see myself standing on stage every night for an hour and being really sad all the time.”

Aurora will also head out on a UK and European tour in support of her new album from February through to April 2022.

The singer will also speak and perform at a special climate and culture event next month during COP26, the upcoming United Nations climate change conference.

Set to take place at St. Luke’s Church in Glasgow’s East End on November 6, the event is part of ‘Beyond The Green’ – “a three-day COP26 fringe festival celebrating music and the arts, sustainability and plant-based solutions for a cleaner, greener, healthier planet”.

Aurora is headlining the event’s live music bill, with Sam Fischer and BEMZ (DJ set) also set to perform. DJ sets will also be provided by Groove Armada‘s Andy Cato, Sarra Wild and Darwin during the after-show event.

Pre-order The Gods We Can Touch.

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