MUNYA shares bilingual synth pop delight “Benjamin”

“Benjamin” is taken from MUNYA‘s Blue Pine EP due March 8 on Luminelle.

Québécois singer-songwriter and producer Josie Boivin, also known as MUNYA, shares today “Benjamin”, the second song taken from her upcoming Blue Pine EP. The 3-track project is the final installment of her EP trilogy to be released as a full-length compilation on March 8.

While the amazing lead single “It’s All About You” was focusing on the pain caused by obsessive love, her new offering is the testimony of an artist who has learnt from her heartbreaks. Written for the first time both in French and English, “Benjamin” is the proof that wounds of love are not insurmountable and that it is possible to develop feelings again. The song comes with dreamy synth arrangements and breathy, caressing vocals that have become the artist’s signature.

A famous American philosopher once sang “Do you believe in life after love?” but we will prefer MUNYA‘s own statement this time:

Many times in my life when I thought I had found love it turned into heartbreak. Like most people, it has made it harder for me to be vulnerable with new experiences and people. In this song I take a step back and realize it’s how we all feel. I make fun of my own vulnerabilities, try to just push them to the side and enjoy my new love.

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