Winona Oak shares New Version Of “Let Me Know”

Winona Oak's “Let Me Know” has been reworked by Franklin. The original is part of her forthcoming Ep 'Closure,' out January 10th, via Neon Gold/Atlantic
Winona Oak “Let Me Know”

Winona Oak was born and raised in the Nordic forests of Sweden on a small crop of land called Sollerön – known as the Island of the Sun – Winona Oak is every bit as enchanting as her origin story. With a childhood spent encountering more animals than people, she grew up a trained horse acrobat and pursued creative expression however she could, writing poetry and songs from a young age. Born into a musical family, Winona sang throughout her youth and began playing violin at 5 years old and piano at 9 years.

After moving to Stockholm to pursue her passion for music, a leap of faith to attend Neon Gold Records’ writing retreat in the Nicaraguan jungle in 2017 led her to Australian electronic artist What So Not. She would go on to co-write his next two singles “Better” and “Stuck In Orbit”, eventually stepping into the spotlight as both the writer and featured artist on his 2018 single “Beautiful.”

Recently, the Swedish artist shared a new version of her single “Let Me Know” which has been reworked, Franklin. The original is part of her forthcoming release Closure, out January 10th via Neon Gold/Atlantic Records. Along with the news, Winona announced her inaugural US tour as direct support to Oh Wonder, kicking off March 30th in Atlanta. Last year, Winona Oak covered “Don’t Save Me” from fellow Neon Gold Records signees HAIM for the label’s 10 year anniversary compilation: NGX: Ten Years of Neon Gold. The minimal production allows Winona Oak’s ethereal voice to shine through, slower than the original and drenched in ethereal melancholy.

Winona Oak
Closure EP
tracklist

01. He Don’t Love Me
02. Break My Broken Heart
03. Control
04. Lonely Hearts Club
05. Let Me Know
06. Another Story

Winona Oak
Tour Dates

Wed 1.22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right @ Popshop NYC HERE
Mon 1.27 – Toronto, CAN @ The Drake @ School Night Toronto (FREE w/ RSVP HERE)
Wed 2.19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge @ Popshop West HERE
Mon 3.30 – Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre #
Tue 3.31 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel #
Wed 4.01- Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte #
Fri 4.03 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring #
Sat 4.04 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall #
Sun 4.05 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall #
Tue 4.07 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre #
Wed 4.08 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues #
Fri 4.10 – Montreal, QC @ MTELUS #
Sat 4.11 – Toronto, ON @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre #
Mon 4.13 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre #
Tue 4.14 – Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre #
Wed 4.15 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue #
Fri 4.17 – Denver, CO @ The Mission Ballroom #
Sat 4.18 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot #
Mon 4.20 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater #
Tue 4.21 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo #
Wed 4.22 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre #
Fri 4.24 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater #
Sat 4.25 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues #
Sun 4.26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern #

# supporting Oh Wonder