Birds are better is the transformative folk moniker of Norwegian singer-songwriter, Stian Fjelldal. His interpretation of folk music is an enlarging canvas as he blends traditional folk pallets with contemporary accents like power-pop, synth-rock, and indie-pop. He has been famously compared to the likes of Simon & Garfunkel, ABBA, Fleet Foxes, and Bjorn to name a few. With each track, he unboxes a creative and innovative folk perspective that is sure to surprise and elate the listener’s mind. In his latest single, Seven In The Morning, Birds Are Better uses glinting acoustics and oozing synths to revisit nostalgia. Listeners of Nick Drake and Sufjan Stevens are sure to enjoy the mellow sonic valleys of this track. 

The artist uses an incredible sphere to achieve his artistic vision. Opening with luminous strings and fresh vocals, the track expands on the wings of shimmering synths. The resulting titanic dimension ethereally expounds on the  ruminations in the lyrics in ways that can only be felt. Stian’s music aims to project the inarticulate contents of the human experience in wonder filled and surreal ways. He debuted in 2022 with his single Oblivion, Bliss and has since earned the respect and recognition of his listeners and critics. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Seven In The Morning by Birds Are Better here –