Andreas Aleman, a Swedish soul sensation, graces the airwaves once again with his latest single and accompanying video, “Livin’ with a Stranger.” Known for his remarkable vocal prowess, Aleman draws inspiration from soul legends like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, and Sam Cooke, infusing his music with a fusion of funk and soul.
“Livin’ with a Stranger” showcases Aleman’s signature style, capturing the essence of heartfelt emotions and storytelling through his powerful vocals. The track envelops listeners in a mesmerising groove, as the catchy beats and infectious melodies transport them to a realm of soulful bliss. Make sure you tune into the lyrics on this well-written single – a combination of Andreas Aleman and Brian Hobbs.
Who’s the man in the mirror, looking back with angry eyes,
Looking out but never seen, hiding there in his disguise,
Sometimes I think I’m living with a stranger.
With his unmistakable charm and talent, Andreas Aleman continues to solidify his position as one of Sweden’s foremost soul artists. “Livin’ with a Stranger” is yet another testament to his musical genius, a testament that will undoubtedly captivate the hearts and souls of fans old and new.
Be sure to check out the electrifying new single and music video from Andreas Aleman, as he reignites the spirit of soul music, infusing it with his own unique Scandinavian flair.
Having only been previously seen in a number of live recorded clips, it’s good to see this established Swedish singer in a produced video. An effortless soul vocalist, listen out for more of Andreas and his soul, funk, and WestCoast groove.