“Echo” – The Latest Poetic Confession from Indie Darling HUNJIYA

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Get Ready to Feel Everything on Hunjiya’s New Single “Echo” on June 20th!

For those who crave earnest, introspective indie pop, HUNJIYA is a name that hits close to home. The Korean-American singer-songwriter and producer, known musically as the deeply personal Alice Kim, has announced her latest single, “Echo,” is on the way – and fans can pre-save it now. HUNJIYA has a special ability to transform the most vulnerable, raw moments of life into lush, cathartic musical confessionals that resonate profoundly.

The release of “Echo” follows May’s stunning single “tourguide” and continues HUNJIYA’s unparalleled talent for poetic self-reflection through song. Her artist moniker alone reflects this sense of closeness and emotional intimacy, with the honorific “ya” suggesting a level of familiarity and affection in Korean culture usually reserved for siblings, old friends, and loved ones.

It’s a fitting encapsulation of HUNJIYA’s songwriting style. Her sleek, modern production and lushly layered vocals provide an ethereal, gossamer soundtrack for the type of profound personal reflections and innermost revelations you’d only expect to hear from a lifelong best friend’s private thoughts. But HUNJIYA lays her soul bare for all to hear, spilling intimate secrets and intense feelings with an incredibly deft lightness of touch.

Musically and lyrically, HUNJIYA maintains a masterful balance – her songs feel like an enlightening dialogue or impassioned conversation, at times deeply heavy yet uplifted by shimmering melodies and hooks. With “Echo” imminent and more new introspective indie anthems to follow on her upcoming project, HUNJIYA’s rare gift for transforming life’s most private emotional trials into cathartic singalongs shows no sign of diminishing. Pre-save the transcendent single now for your next resonant heart-to-heart with this compelling voice in indie music.

Stay tuned for our exclusive interview with HUNJIYA coming soon.

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