Josefin grew up in the Stockholm archipelago, and nature is an important source of inspiration in her music. On silent evenings, she stands and listens to the sounds that travel across the water: an owl hunting, someone singing on another island, a couple having an argument in a boat talking over the engine.
We've heard a preview here at Scandinaviansoul.com and the track 'Nothing at all' is extremely catchy.
The album's title track and single is an intense dance song comprised of multiple layers of synthesizers, choir, and live instruments with a catchy and immediate chorus. "Getaway" also features a guest performance by the esteemed Swedish rap artist Cleo. The closing song of the EP, "The One I Call For," balances the album's namesake with a lush film-score arrangement, including strings and orchestral percussion, as an homage to film scoring legend Ennio Morricone.
As with "It's OK," Josefin has written the music and lyrics herself, with production by the Mépù team Julia Falthin and Aksel Odenbalk. A full length album, including an additional eight new tracks, is planned for release in the fall of 2013.
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