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8/21/20

Swedish singer/songwriter Dennis Sjöström, a.k.a. The Hollow Men, has dropped his first single of 2020, “Silence.”

Released via alexrainbirdRecords, Sjöström says, “[“Silence” is] a very special song that means a lot to me, since it’s all made by me. All [of the] instruments are played, written and produced [by me].” Inspired by his life experiences, the three-minute and 30-second track addresses loneliness, feeling lost and searching for a meaning in life.

Influenced by artists such as Passenger and Ben Howard, The Hollow Men first started releasing music in 2015 as a duo and released their debut EP, Carry On, in 2016. Since then, Sjöström has gone solo and released tracks like “You,” “City Lights,” “Speak” and “It’s Alright.” With over 2m combined streams, Sjöström has been able to find his own sound.

Stream “Silence” here.