A pair of new tracks from Stockholm artist Miynt that pivot towards her guitar-driven roots, unleashing her most raw, grunge-inspired work to-date. A slick showcase of Miynt’s lyrical dexterity brimming with coy observation and self-aware introspection, the songs address the inexorable digital ubiquity of modern day human connection. Put tersely, Miynt says the tracks are “songs about the internet.”
Self-written and co-produced by Miynt, with additional production by Karl Hovmark and mastering by Pete Lyman (St. Vincent, Halsey, Twin Peaks, Best Coast), “Give me palm trees and inner peace” and “Lovesong” are a bold addition to her growing repertoire.
Fun fact: The building where the studio where much of her new material was written and produced was once used in the early 19th century as a radon-room for medical testing.