Posted on: December 1, 2013 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0
Petter Seander follows 2011’s blog success single ”When Something Dies” with a new pop gem called ”Shoulders”.
It’s his first new recording in over two years and is taken from 4 track EP “Dear Impossible Dream”. Seander’s latest record, “Til Death Do Us Apart” was hailed by Swedish critics simultaneously and they called it “shimmering, perfect pop”, “wonderful pop anthems” and “frightening and beautiful”. After the records’ release Petter quickly disappeared into the darkness for almost two years, not resurfacing for a single gig or interview.
This fine return to form shows an artist that still has something to share. It’s songs about waking up on someone’s shoulders with teary eyes, songs about seeing the letters in the book you’re reading disappearing by the minute, songs that may or may not be about a Star Wars movie and songs that are mellow but desperate primal screams disguised in west coast pop tenderness. The cover art was taken in a small bar in Havana, Cuba, where some of the songs where finished.

The single is already rotation on Swedish radio and has a strong hold on local media. Tour dates for 2014 will be presented shortly.

Stream and Download PETTER SEANDER’s new single here:
Petter Seander – Shoulders

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