After the release of her full-length album "Kepler" a couple years back, Stefanie is ready to make her comeback, releasing a 5-song EP called "Rainbow Bot".
But before all of you go crazy trying to get your hands on it, there's a catch-it's only available exclusively on iTunes...for the next four months at least.
Also released with the EP on Apple Music will be a three-minute long video where Stefanie discusses her life in the past few years, including her musical experiences and motherhood.
Sun discussed the themes of the album with The Straits Times, speaking of the album as full of "strong underlying tone of what it means to be a child, guileless, free and sometimes fearful, sometimes fearless. The greyish tint that colours our adult world is taken away and replaced with a much wider, more unfiltered lens...The EP doesn't just feel close to my heart, it feels like it is the past and present of myself, and also the part of me that is not so publicly tread upon."
Indeed, the EP includes what can only be assumed to be a re-arranged version of her song "Kepler" as well as four other tracks, "Rainbow Bot", "Sweet Child o' Mine", "Nursery Rhymes 1987" and "This world" which all seem to have a childish, whimsical theme to them.
For those who absolutely have to get their hands on Sun's latest EP ASAP, check it out on iTunes here.
For the rest of you, happy waiting!