I Am Boleyn is set to drop her new single titled ‘Until The Summer Ends’ on August 27th. Synthwave showing its strength as pop makes the song more accessible on the service, but it is Boleyn’s vocals that really makes this song shine, especially with the hook. She shows that she is one of those artists that knows how to present and sing a song to give it that personal touch that accounts for most of the appeal for most songs.
Dubbed V Magazines ‘New Favourite Artist’, I Am Boleyn follows in the footsteps of recent EP ‘Paris to Boleyn’ and certainly keeps the energetic momentum going. She teamed up with producers Johannes Willinder and Robin Padam for this upbeat offering. Receiving praise from the likes of the London Music Video Awards, Spotify playlist ‘RetroWave/Outrun’ and God is in the TV, it’s fair to say this artist is making waves.
I Am Boleyn described the release as, “This song captures the feeling of longing and excitement that the summer brings – especially at a time when we’ve all been missing, and craving human connection”.
Influenced by the likes of Robyn, Mo and Goldfrapp, ‘Until the Summer Ends’ features a glistening arrangement that’s best described as effortless. Radiating a powerful 80’s atmosphere throughout, the track feels refreshing yet looks back to memories with a wide smile. Capturing the importance of living in the now, the prominent synthwave number specializes in leaving listeners with a sense of euphoria.
Spending her time between London and Stockholm, I Am Boleyn grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia, went to Oxford University to study history, and has been writing songs since she was young.