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AURORA at Glastonbury 2024 on her Bring Me The Horizon collab and Wembley plans

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AURORA caught up with NME backstage at Glastonbury 2024 to tell us about working with Bring Me The Horizon and her plans for Wembley Arena.

Watch our video interview and check out the full chat below.Shortly before she took to the stage for a blissed-out performance at The Park, the Norwegian art-pop star spoke to us backstage to share what it was like to lend her vocals to BMTH’s ‘Limousine’ from new album ‘Post Human: Nex Gen‘.When asked about the collab earlier this month, Bring Me frontman Oli Sykes told NME: “I know what I wanted on that song and that was someone to bring something that could level it up – someone like a really ethereal, haunting, beautiful, voice,” he told NME. “I wanted someone to elevate it and take it somewhere else.

The song itself is very Deftones-influenced, almost to a point of parody! For this whole record, we’re happy to admit that the songs all are very nostalgic homages to loads of bands, but it’s also felt very important that we do something where we were pushing it as well to make it our own, put our own stamp on it.He added: “AURORA for me is what a pop star should be, what the next wave of pop stars should look like; someone that has the songs, but is a real person who dares to speak what they believe in, who gives a shit about the world.”Read below to see what AURORA made of it, and her thoughts on what Glastonbury means to people.NME: Hello again AURORA.

Welcome back to Glastonbury.AURORA: “It’s really nice to be back. I love this festival. It’s overwhelming.

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