Slovakian artist Karin Ann is preparing to release her highly anticipated new single, “for a moment,” on January 27th, and fans are eagerly anticipating its debut. The 20-year-old musician is known for her unique blend of alternative and rock sounds, as well as for the socially conscious themes that she explores in her lyrics.
“For a moment” continues in this tradition, offering a vibey and atmospheric sound that is sure to captivate listeners. With beautiful melodies and Karin Ann’s powerful voice, the single is sure to be a hit.
In addition to her music, Karin Ann is also an advocate for LGBTQ+ and minority rights. She has received numerous accolades for her work, including Best Music Video at the Munich Music Video Awards and Discovery of the Year at the Zebrik Awards in the Czech Republic. In August 2021, she made history as the first Slovak artist to be featured on a billboard in Times Square as part of Spotify’s EQUAL Music Program.
Karin Ann’s previous releases, including her debut EP “lonely together” and singles “babyboy,” “looking at porn,” and “you make me miserable,” have already earned her a devoted fan base. With “for a moment,” she is sure to attract even more admirers and solidify her place as a Gen Z icon.
Fans can look forward to the release of “for a moment” on January 27th, and can expect to be captivated by Karin Ann’s unique sound and socially conscious lyrics. Keep an eye out for her future projects, as she is sure to continue making a splash in the music industry.
In a recent interview, Karin Ann shared her inspiration for “for a moment,” saying, “I wrote this song after being reminded of the quote “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” because I realized I don’t like that saying, even tho what you go through makes you who you are, it doesn’t always make you stronger, sometimes it gives you trauma or issues that you have to go through and work through and that can affect your life in a really big way and I don’t like that people expect you to not be sad or mad about it, I started thinking about it and I thought “I don’t think the things I’ve been through make me stronger”, the same thing goes for “time heals” cause in reality it doesn’t, it just makes you forget about how bad the things you went through were at the time of going through them, it doesn’t make you magically healed unless you take conscious steps towards healing. That’s basically how the whole song started, writing it was kind of therapeutic for me, it’s about accepting the bad things you went through, it’s about accepting that healing takes time and that it’s ok to not feel ok and it’s ok to feel like something horrible you went through didn’t make you stronger but actually made life much more difficult, it’s about accepting all that you went through and taking conscious steps towards healing.”