Big Fox: “All I’m Trying”

Big Fox is the solo-musical project of Malmö, Sweden’s Charlotta Peters, and her new album was meant to have been released last year, but she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Now recovered, she will release the LP next year, and she’s just shared its quietly-pastoral confession “All I’m Trying” as a single. See How The Light Falls arrives on March 20th care of Hybris.

El Perro Del Mar: “Please Stay”

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Written by Burt Bacharach, “Please Stay” is a Pop cornerstone, and El Perro Del Mar’s just-released version of it drips like honey with romance and swells with atmosphere. You can download the track right now from her Bandcamp page. She will be debuting still more new music at an upcoming set of concerts at Stockholm’s Royal Dramatic Theatre, and she has a new album planned for next year as well.

Manuela Iwansson: “Strangers on a Train”

A clear cascade of classic-alternative aesthetics and smoldering with energy, “Strangers on a Train” is the exhilarating, ageless brand-new single from Stockholm, Sweden’s Manuela Iwansson. The track is out through the courtesy of PNKSLM Recordings. You can find assorted streaming and download links for it right here, while her “Blank Surface” single arrives later in the Fall. Finally you can find her Dream Lover EP on her Bandcamp page.

Alice Boman: “Wish We Had More Time”

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A longing sent from a sympathetic soul, “Wish We Had More Time” is the touching and translucent new single from Malmö, Sweden’s Alice Boman. You can find sundry streaming links for this right here. Meanwhile her debut LP Dream On will be released on January 17th, and you can pre-order sun-yellow-vinyl and CD editions of it from PIAS now.

Alice Boman: “This Is Where It Ends”

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A gossamer gift, the sheer and stunning brand-new single arrives with a levitating new video, filmed on Super 8 by the artist herself. “This Is Where It Ends” is a slowly-revealed reverie and the generously-imagined new single from Swedish musician Alice Boman. You can find streaming links for this right here, and her debut LP is on the way as well.

Mathilda Brink: “Frigjord”

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Sonorous with melancholy, soaring with melody, “Frigjord” is the charming, chiming brand-new single from Gothenburg, Sweden’s Mathilda Brink. The track is taken from her forthcoming LP Maestro. Released on March 29th, you can pre-order orange-vinyl, black-vinyl and digital versions of it from her Bandcamp page now.