Single Review: Nûrnbear – Words (Can Tear Down Walls)

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Having made an instant impression on the UK music scene through their release of single Isolation, picking up support from the likes of Clash Magazine in the process, Danish synth-pop band Nûrnbear return with their latest single Words (Can Tear Down Walls).

Neatly blending memorable hooks, glitchy electro soundscapes and a powerful, politically charged narrative, Nûrnbear are another example of the burgeoning Scandi-Pop scene.

One of Nûrnbear’s main strengths lie in their charismatic singer Emil Wahlberg who bristles throughout delivering a call to arms to a new generation, imploring them to come together as one; embracing a sense of unity that could make a difference to the messed up world we inhabit.

The juxtaposition of hard hitting lyrics and dreamy, uplifting pop music is expertly crafted and marks Nûrnbear out as a band to keep a keen eye on.

Words (Can Tear Down Walls) is out now via We Are Suburban.

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