FLOOR JANSEN Announces Debut Solo Album “PARAGON”

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Floor Jansen, best known as the lead vocalist of the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, announces her highly anticipated debut album, “Paragon”, releasing March 24, 2023.   

This album showcases Jansen’s impressive vocal range and powerful voice on a diverse collection of pop-infused tracks and emotional ballads influenced by the sounds of her career. “Paragon” has something for everyone and is a must-listen for fans of Jansen. The album includes the following tracks:

My Paragon
Daydream
Invincible
Hope
Come Full Circle
Storm https://youtu.be/aGqJksbbUoY
Me Without You https://youtu.be/RAnIRd39Pr8
The Calm
Armoured Wings
Fire

Jansen said, “Look at me now, I’m already there! To renew yourself and take leaps into the unknown makes you grow. To age is a gift not everyone gets. I am a fortunate woman who got to make an album I never knew I could make. One that even defines me, where I am on my path. I have reached my PARAGON! I am so proud of this work! And grateful for all the amazing people in this beautiful life that helped me get here!”

With its mix of influences and powerful vocal performances, “Paragon” is an album that will appeal to fans of pop music and metal alike. It’s the perfect addition to any music collection, and a must-have for fans of Floor Jansen and Nightwish.

“Paragon” will be released digitally and physically on CD, vinyl, and a limited-edition deluxe box set. The album will be available on all major streaming platforms and at music retailers worldwide. Pre-orders for “Paragon” are now available.

Following the release, Jansen will embark on a tour of The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria in April and May of 2023.

Fans can expect to hear more details and possibly some sneak previews of the album in the coming months.

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