HÅN returns with nostalgic and brighter single “gymnasion”

HÅN‘s new song “gymnasion” is out now on Factory Flaws.

One year ago, Italian singer-songwriter HÅN made a great first impression with the release of her singles “The Children” and “1986“, taken from her debut EP. After having spent the summer on tour, opening for acts such as Cigarettes After Sex, the artist from the Garda lake is now back with a new single, “gymnasion,” which announces the release of her yet untitled sophomore EP.

Named after the Greek word for gymnasium, the ethereal pop offering is all about nostalgia as ginnasio (in Italian) also refers to the first two years of high school in Italy. About the track, she commented:

I studied a lot of Latin in high school, where we used to translate Latin compositions and texts as well as study mythology and epic poems, it’s part of our culture to study them. Calling this song ‘gymnasion’ was a reference both to the place where I met the person in the song and to that period of my life together with the universe of little things I associate it with. Plus it’s a cool word, it means different things and I like words with different meanings.

Combining angelic vocals and dreamy arrangements, “gymnasion” seems to announce a brighter sound for her new EP. Stay tuned to hear more from the up and coming project and listen below in the meantime.

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