Aurora - Runaway sheet music

We are ending our weekend with a beautiful folk song, by Aurora – the free Runaway piano sheets.

Aurora – by her real name Aurora Aksnes, is a Norwegian artist, acting as a singer, dancer, songwriter, and record producer.

She was born in Stavanger and she started her career at the early age of six when she started dancing and writing her first songs.

She rose to fame with her debut extended play – Running with the Wolves, released in 2015, and among her famous songs we can name Infections of a Different Kind, The Innocent, A Dangerous Thing, and Runaway.

She sings mainly pop, Nordic-folk, and electropop music genres and has been officially active in the music world since 2012.

Her song Runaway, which we chose for our article today, was recorded between 2013 and 2015 and was released in February 2015, as part of the artist’s album named All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend.

The song was released as the first and lead single of the album, part of the folktronica music genre.

With a length of 4:13 minutes in the single version and 4:08 minutes in the album version, the free Runaway piano sheet music was certified gold in the US, Italy, and Portugal by the RIAA, AFP, and FIMI.

Runaway was written by Aurora and Magnus Skylstad and produced by the latte together with Odd Martin Skalnes.

The song was composed as a downtown synth-pop, electronic, folktronica, and electropop song and it also has a Nordic folk music influence.

Runaway incorporates elements like vocals, piano, drums and percussion, mixing and synth, and guitar.

The song has been used in media in movies and shows.

Runaway has a beautiful music video, released in February 2015 on Aurora’s official YouTube channel.

The video was directed by Kenny McCracken and it was filmed in early 2015 in various locations of Bergen.

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Runaway - Aurora piano tutorial

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