After growing up in Sweden as a child, the now 22-year-old Tinx moved to England in her teens to pursue her career in music. And after several years on the grind, Tinx now looks to establish herself with the release of her new single ‘One More Time’, lifted from her debut EP ‘Six One Zero’.
Self-described as “dark pop with big drops”, her debut EP ‘Six One Zero’, the area code of her Swedish hometown, takes influence from fellow Scandinavian pop stalwarts such as Robyn and Tove Lo, and delivers a powerful and bold collection of electro-pop thumpers, flavoured with tropical house and trap influences.
The EP’s lead single ‘One More Time’, which follows on from the BBC 6Music approved ‘FMLU’, sets the tone of her upcoming release. With its eclectic production and thunderous percussion, ‘One More Time’ strips away all the atmospheric pretence of modern day pop music, leaving behind an anthemic and captivating release that demands to be heard and seen with the visuals being completely shot on film.
Speaking about her EP, Tinx said, “I’m proud that this is the first body of work that people will get to hear from me. I wrote on all the songs and had a hand in the production alongside my producer. It summarises my life over the last two years”.
Adding to the message behind her new single, she explained, “‘One More Time’ was written about that stage in a relationship when those rose-coloured glasses come off and you see the relationship you’re in for what it is. When things have turned a corner and it’s gone to sh*t – but you want to have them for one more time, as selfishly as that may seem.”