SINGLE REVIEW: Anna Of The North feat. Gus Dapperton – Meteorite 

Norwegian singer-songwriter Anna Of The North has returned with a first taste of new music through a shiny and dreamy track. ‘Meteorite’ featuring Gus Dapperton is a slow burning pop moment that draws you in with its sweet tone and airy production. 

With a whistle sample opening the song and driving the production through this summer fuelled retrospection, there is a calming nature that immediately takes over the listeners mental state. Transporting you to a car ride down a coastal road, this song has a vivid identity that feels warms and nurturing. It feels like the friend that sits next to you in the passenger seat as you take the steering wheel. Anna and Gus’ vocals meld together so naturally, and add to that sincere feeling. 

Reflecting on the importance of distance and how it can affect all different styles of relationships, they note how energy always connects them with one-another. “I can feel you here, feel you there, feel you rock. Baby, I can feel your waves cross the space into town. It hits me like a flood, like a stone, like a light, like a meteorite” they sing. 

It’s a song that echoes warmth and welcomes Anna Of The North back in an exciting yet low-key way.