Aurora’s The Gods We Can Touch is an elegant and celestial but provocative album about shame, desire, and morality, all seen through the narrative prism of Greek mythology. On each of the album's 15 songs we meet a different god.
Featuring her signature soft yet soaring vocals and building to a darkly hued carnivalesque chorus, lead single "Cure For Me" is ultimately "a celebration of being human, and what makes us human."
Speaking about the The Gods We Can Touch, Aurora stated that “the spiritual door between the human and the gods is a very complicated thing. In the right hands faith can become the most beautiful thing. Nurturing and warm. And in the wrong hands it can become a beacon of war and death.”
Since bursting onto the scene in 2015 with her debut EP Running With The Wolves, Aurora has amassed over 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify, accomplished a whopping 2.5 billion overall streams and 1 million+ global album sales. She has proven herself a well-versed triple threat - singer, songwriter, and producer.
Aurora is pushing things forward like never before. She isn’t just a singer, but a warrior, a sage, and a protector.