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Alternative artist Erøs set to release debut single ‘Unsanctified’

Coming on the 28th April is Unsanctified, the first single to be released by British born alternative artist Erøs.

Unsanctified draws inspiration from personal experiences of facing oppression and traditionalist views. Through passionate and gently exposed lyrics, Erøs speaks truth about the reality of unveiling an undercover love.


Within this intimate track, themes of trust, deceit, romance and betrayal each come to the forefront at their own unique moment.

Erøs showcases an aesthetic which has been heavily inspired by greek mythology, demonstrated above in an outfit modified by himself from just a simple kimono. He strives not to imitate but instead embody the allusion of Eros within his every creative output.


Erøs hails originally from the UK but currently resides in Brisbane, Australia where he continues to build upon his portfolio of music and poetic writing. He has always been passionate about the magic of words whether it be in books or songs; therefore, it is no surprise that he has taken to songwriting at such a young age.

Moving forward, expect to hear moodier, electronic sounds coming from Erøs as he experiments with darkening his sound.


Erøs debut single Unsanctified to all major digital platforms on April 28th 2019. 

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About Joseph Timmons (9900 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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