Chilled Swedish pop vibes.
“It is the idea of the trigger, the trigger, the click, which is guided our writing. This moment when everything changes, or any change of state, or everything is transformed. In coherence with the lyrics of the song, we looked at the speaking situations, unfortunately, we seemed to be more the dimension of ‘psychological release’. This woman decides not to suffer anymore. This police officer decides not to condone this violence. By ‘pressing relaxation’, it is their freedom that overlaps, it is what they experience in an ecstatic and unavoidable dance, becoming invisible to the eyes of all.”
“It’s about misunderstanding someone you love and wishing you could know exactly what’s going on in their head.”
Swedish RnB talent Molly Hammar’s debut London performance took place at Colours Hoxton last night and it was one of the best showcases I’ve caught this year.
This kid owns the stage and the vocal range on her is nothing short of immense. Top tracks performed included pop banger ‘Words’ and racy ‘Bathtub Moments’.
A unique mix of bedroom pop and lo-fi shoegaze.
Track of the week. A bold and experimental sound with an almost spoken-word element, delivered in a sharp yet whimsical and mischievous charm.
Soca-inspired Danish electro pop.
A very London sound, mixing soft indie pop with a cute sense of naivety.