Today marks the release of debut single ‘Bury My Head’ by Swedish indie-pop duo Radio Valley, who are releasing their music via the new fan-based, crowdfunding label, Corite.

With a mix of colourful synths, rhythmic electric guitars, and unfiltered lyrics they take you through the soundtrack of the hopeless romantic, telling the real stories behind the surface. 

Those times you’ve wanted to text someone in the middle of a drunken night, how scared you can be of the awaited silence because it means someone must leave and how you could find love but still walk away. 

“’Bury My Head’ was the second song we wrote together and it’s about the feeling of a hangover, the anxiety that comes with it, and the constant struggle to find someone who loves you back.”

“’Bury My Head’ was the second song we wrote together and it’s about the feeling of a hangover, the anxiety that comes with it, and the constant struggle to find someone who loves you back.”

Radio Valley consists of singer-songwriter, Josefin Boström (Nause) and singer-songwriter and producer, Daniel Gidlund (King Princess, Nause) with ‘Bury My Head’ being the first single from their upcoming EP – a collaboration with Corite where they’ve made a campaign to invest in promotion and the backers get a share of the royalty of the song for one year. 

“We want the songs to speak for themselves and hopefully you can relate to them,” say the duo, speaking of the upcoming EP. “We’re so excited to play live when the song is released! And we are already planning to make a music video as the visuals is something we want to focus on in this project.”

‘Bury My Head’ is out now via Corite.

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