Amy Boroevich sings and records under the moniker HINA. On November 30th she releases her debut EP, Muse.
Here's something about Muse from her promoter:
Muse is a time capsule, a memorandum of growing pains, mistakes and regrets, love and rebirth. In addition to the quietly successful singles "Libertine" and "Scratch", HINA offers three more songs as a decisive expression of her artistry. With songwriting that is both sage and acute, this EP reveals a depth of feeling and knowledge of the self that can only bloom from the becoming of your early twenties.
An amalgamation of her influences, Muse is soulful with R&B flavours and a dusting of pop sensibilities. HINA’s confessional and introspective songwriting invites the listener into a space where energy flows freely. The opening track "Scratch" is cheeky, irreverent, self-deprecating, with infectious production and an enduring commitment to tested love. "Libertine" follows with simmering nonchalance, an ode to diving in with caution. "Go So Well" laments the strains of separation with rich harmonies and a soaring guitar line. "Reverie" is a bittersweet reflection on trauma and healing, and "Letter To My Love" bares all.