If you didn’t know by now, Stefanie Sun’s a big fan of surprises. Like holding-a-surprise-Facebook-Live-session-to-celebrate-her-20th-anniversary-kinda-big.

Which is also why the singer's latest single, a song titled 'What Remains', was unveiled to the world in a surprise announcement on January 29.

'What Remains', just like her 2002 song, ‘Someone’, is a self-produced and composed track. But that’s just about where the similarities end, as Stefanie shared in an online group interview with Singapore media on Monday (Feb 1).

“When I did ‘Someone’, I was very very green, and full of angst, I wanted to sing like my idol, Alanis Morissette, and I think it's obviously very different [from 'What Remains'],” she said, going on to explain that the lyrics of 'What Remains' are essentially the embodiment of one’s feelings and thoughts that are “not very forthcoming”, or easy to talk about.

“You have to reach a certain age to write something like that,” Stefanie, 42, concluded.

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