Nina June

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At the beginning of 2016, Dutch artist Nina June presented her new musical project BON VOYAGE,

accompanied by her first track For Love.

BON VOYAGE is a display of Nina’s view of the world; “It is about the hidden loneliness of our

generation. We are all young, beautiful and talented. But also searching. For love, freedom and our

personal mission. We have never before been so interconnected, yet we are alone in this journey.

BON VOYAGE is a greeting to everyone who faces this quest.

For Love, the first track of BON VOYAGE, was officially released as a single in January 2016. The song

went viral in the Spotify charts and was added to many (international) playlists. The song has been

streamed almost 2 million times so far. For Love was also added to the Dutch Radio 2 playlist and

synced in a major Dutch movie. The track has also been chosen as one of the best tracks of 2016 by

Dutch Radio 2.

Nina June combines both organic and electronic influences and finds inspiration in the songs of Rhye,

Zero7, the soundtracks of American Beauty, The Piano and Les Intouchables and the instrumental

music of René Aubry and Chilly Gonzalez. The result – a series of atmospheric, cinematic popsongs.

Born in the Netherlands, the now Amsterdam- based singer toured in the Netherlands and the UK

after graduating from the Rockacademy. If We Never Go is the 5th release to come from BON

VOYGAGE. Nina’s last single “When We Fall” got featured on many international blogs. The album is

planned for January 2018.


‘Vocally, Nina June evokes comparisons with Ane Brun and Agnes Obel, but her artistic vision paints

itself from a very different emotional palate to create a unique and poignant sound’ – Electronic North



‘the piano ballad brings forth ideas of London Grammar synced to a plaintive orchestra of Agnes Obel,

each swell in movement is purposefully delivered and thoroughly felt. Twinning both classical organic

elements to modern electronic production’ – Bitter Sweet Symphonies (UK)