Celebrated songstress Hanne Mjøen will be sharing the video for her latest highly successful single ‘Hell With You’ via Physical Presents. The single has already been supported by well-known PAPER Magazine, The Line of Best Fit and EARMILK as well as the Youtube channels MrSuicide Sheep and The Unique Vibes. The songstress has previously worked with well-known artists such as Matisse & Sadko, Deepend and Astrid S and helped write R3HAB’s legendary single, ‘You Could Be’. As a result, she has received support from other publications such as Billboard, Refinery 29, Pop Sugar, Pop Matters, The Fader, Teen Vog Your EDM, and Magnetic Magazine to name a few as well as airplay from BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac. In total, the singer has collected over 37 million streams on Spotify and Youtube with features on well-known channels such as 7clouds, SuperbLyrics, Taz Network and The Vibe Guide to boot.
The Norwegian artist celebrated great success with her single ‘Sounds Good To Me’ which garnered nearly 15 million plays on Spotify alone. However, it was after this hit single that she turned away from the “mainstream” section of the industry and began to focus on artists such Robyn, Flume and Lorde who inspired her to try something different. Staying grounded while also finding a way to celebrate her femininity, Hanne Mjøen’s unique style can be compared to the likes of MØ, Sigrid and Dua Lipa. Hanne Mjøen is from the small town of Oppdal however she lived in Oslo for 6 years before “returning to her roots” and moving to the town of Trondheim.
Using playful and eccentric imagery, the singer manages to portray a dysfunctional relationship with a few well-placed frames and undeniably catchy electro-pop lyrics. Carrying a tinge of dark mysticism, the video allows embraces the tempting “bad-girl” persona Hanne Mjøen creates so well, while at the same time managing to evenly display both sides of the doomed love story.
Hanne Mjøen tells us about the inspiration behind the video: “For the “Hell With You” video, we wanted to create two sceneries with “Heaven” and “Hell”, and play around with “good girl” vs “bad girl” in the different scenes, outfits and looks. Keeping the same attitude towards the relationship in both worlds shows that no matter if it looks like heaven, it still feels like hell.”
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