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AURORA announces new single ‘Giving In To The Love’

"Come with me into the garden of Eden.. Giving into its beauty, and giving into the love"

By Hollie Geraghty

Aurora, 2021 (Picture: Isak Okenhaug)

AURORA has announced she is releasing a new single tomorrow called ‘Giving In To The Love’.

The Norwegian artist shared the news on Monday (October 11) with the cover art for the new track which is due to be released Thursday (October 14).

Posting on Instagram, she wrote: “Hello you beautiful soul filled bags of human flesh.

“Come with me into the garden of Eden.. Giving into its beauty, and giving into the love.”

The song follows her recent single ‘Cure For Me’, the first track since her 2019 album ‘A Different Kind of Human – Step 2’.

The singer-songwriter is currently counting down the hours to the release in her Instagram story with the caption “I LOVE SECRETS”.

AURORA is also set to headline a live performance at a climate and culture event during the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Cop26.

The summit is due to take place from October 31 to November 12, with AURORA performing on November 6.

Hosted by UMA Entertainment Group, the performance will take place at St. Luke’s Church in Glasgow’s East End during a three day cultural program.

The event is part of ‘Beyond The Green’, a festival celebrating culture, the arts, and plant-based solutions for a greener planet.

AURORA, who is also speaking at the event, will be joined on the music lineup by Sam Fischer and DJ BEMZ.

Profits from the event will be donated to Brian Eno’s charity EarthPercent, along with social impact charities in Glasgow.

Tara Borna, Global Marketing Director of UMA Entertainment Group said: “We’re excited to host this event during the historic Cop26 environmental summit.

“The reality is that climate change affects each and every one of us and incredible opportunities exist within the entertainment industry to help increase positive cultural impact. We thank all of our sponsors and partners for their continued support with this initiative.”

Earlier this week, Greenpeace protesters used a Boris Johnson statue splattered with oil to block the road outside Downing Street ahead of the Cop26 climate where the Prime Minister plans to sign off on new drilling permits in the west of Shetland.

A plaque beneath the statue read: “Cambo oil field: Boris Johnson’s monumental climate failure.”