Although not an EP in the usual sense, these four singles have so much in common that they might as well be considered as such. The back story is that in the summer of 2022, Teni Rane took part in a musical residency at Kneippbyn Resort Visby on the beautiful Swedish island of Gotland. She worked with Sandkvie Studios to record these four singles during this time. Also, given the release schedule…

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