Danish singer-songwriter Nils Bloch has just unveiled his third single titled “The Park.” The new tune follows previous cuts “The Marsh” and “Iolanda” and comes ahead of the artist’s forthcoming EP. The mad mellow indie-folk single also includes cello by Runa Jold and was mixed by Oliver Holyoak, and mastered by William Bowden.

Commenting on the song, Bloch shares:

“I wrote ‘The Park’ for a friend I lived with in Berlin. We lived close to a huge park on the outskirts of the city. When life became overwhelming for her she would go there in the middle of the night to gather strength. Although a park at night is probably not the safest place, I understood that this was her safe space. Alone among the trees. I would play her the song and I sense that, like the actual park, it has provided her with some kind of refuge from time to time, which makes me endlessly proud.”

Artwork for the album “The Park” by Nils Bloch
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