Subshine – ‘Over The Moon’

Ole Gunnar Gundersen, better known by his stage name Subshine is an electronic/pop musician from Bergen, Norway. He’s dropped his newest single released last month called ‘Over the Moon’. The cut brings the best of indie-rock while celebrating British 80’s rock and takes Influence by the English post-punk band The Chamelions, from Manchester.

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Ole has been busy over the years – the former singer and songwriter in Lorraine has a shining CV with highlights such as a major record deal with Sony BMG UK, who had a global cult following in the early ’00s, top ten singles, and heavy international touring with artists such as Mew and Pet Shop Boys.

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Subshine is considered one of the most talented songwriters in Scandinavia at the moment and is entering a new era after the release of his debut album, titled ‘Easy Window’ which came out last summer with a glorified list of acclaimed press. Now continuing his journey, the song ‘Over the Moon’ is a pounding guitar-driven pop track, with lyrics that convey the state of ecstasy and despair merging with a new age sound, which is pretty stunning.

Here you can enjoy his talent, don’t forget to follow on the socials and stay tuned in for more.

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