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December 12, 2017

Kasbo Shares “Snow In Gothenburg” Track + Video

LISTEN/WATCH & SHARE: Kasbo – “Snow In Gothenburg”
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Today Kasbo has shared his new track “Snow In Gothenburg” out on Foreign Family Collective/Counter Records. The song is about Kasbo’s hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden.  Prior to this single Kasbo released the track “Bleed It Out”.

When talking about the new single Kasbo says, “I’m really happy to share my new song ‘Snow in Gothenburg’ with you. I’ve been listening to a lot of melancholic house driven music lately and most of my productions this past year have been widely inspired by that. ‘Snow In Gothenburg’ is where I take this concept to its fullest. It came out as one of my most atmospheric and personal tracks I’ve made. Super excited that you finally get to hear it.

The song itself is about loneliness and isolation, and the freedom of coming to terms with those feelings. Seeing the beauty of realizing that everyone has their own ways to go in life and that not everyone is supposed to have someone.

2017 has been such a fun year and can’t wait for 2018. I’m dropping so so much new music so make sure to stay updated!”

Leading up to this release, the 21-year old Swede has earned over 50 million streams on his music over the past two years alone with press support from Billboard, Stereogum, THUMP, Stoney Roads, and more. He has previously supported Glass Animals and a recent tour with ODESZA.

“There’s no slowing Kasbo. The young Swedish artist has blown us away time and time again. This time is no different.”
– This Song Is Sick

“On his new single, ‘Bleed It Out,’ Kasbo finds a vocalist capable of capturing the emotionality of his music with thrilling results.”
– The 405

“”Bleed it Out” sounds like a much-loved house tune that has been given a radical reworking, resulting in the perfect song for you to end your night to.”
– High Snobiety

“…“Lay It On Me” is a real victory lap.”
– Billboard

“The biggest compliment I can give “World Away” is that it reminds of Samo Sound Boy’s excellent solo album Begging Please. It’s got the same mix of old elegant house music and ambient “found sound” stippling that make the song feel like it comes with its own ecosystem intact.”
– Stereogum

“Kasbo has the innate ability to combine the cinematically bright with the hauntingly beautiful.”
– Indie Shuffle