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Listen To Kasbo's Must Hear New Dreamy Song "Your Tempo" Off Debut Album

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Kasbo has been on steep upward trajectory over the past couple years and is taking big strides already this year as he's announced his highly anticipated debut album, Places We Don't Know out March 23 via Foreign Family Collective / Counter Records. Now he's shared another incredible album single "Your Tempo" and we're even more excited for his album.

The young Swedish artist just recently shared his incredible single "Aldrig Mer" alongside talented indie group TENDER and continues to blow us away on this new one. His sound design seems to get better and better with each new song and this one is no different. He captures a nostalgic vibe with his mystical vocal chops and bright synths paired with stuttering percussion and alluring, uncredited female vocals giving the song a dreamy feeling throughout. Stay tuned for more off his debut album and catch him on tour if you get the chance as his live show is pretty incredible - see dates below. Enjoy!

Kasbo - Your Tempo

Kasbo Announces Debut Album + Must Hear Single "Aldrig Mer (Ft. TENDER)"

Kasbo Aldrig Mer

One of our favorite artists Kasbo is getting ready for a big year and we couldn’t be more excited. Over the years we’ve premiered quite a few songs dating all the way back to his Umbrella Club EP in his early days. Now he’s not only shared an absolutely amazing new single “Aldrig Mer” featuring Indie group TENDER, but he’s made the announcement that we can expect his debut album Places We Don’t Know on March 23 via Foreign Family Collective / Counter Records. 

Last year we saw the Swede push his creative capacity in a big way, which we can pinpoint to his remix of Big Gigantic's "The Little Things" and then was followed by a string of singles ending the year with "Snow in Gothenburg" as he improves with each release.. He’s been releasing a string of singles off the project including “Lay It On Me” featuring Keiynan Lonsdale, “Bleed It Out” featuring Nea and “Snow In Gothenburg” so the album is shaping up quite nicely, to say the least. 

"With his new 13 track project ‘Places We Don’t Know,’ Kasbo has refined his sound and come into his own. Throughout this album he excels creatively, producing his most compelling music to date. He actively explores juxtaposing ideas, creating tracks which are complex yet relatable, melancholic while still beautiful. For us, this is Kasbo at his best. We are proud to give this record a home at Foreign Family Collective and can’t wait for it to resonate with listeners like it did for us.” - ODESZA

On this newest single Kasbo and TENDER prove to be the perfect match on the mystical indie electronic song that might be his best yet. As always, Kasbo’s laidback melodies are filled with emotion brought to life with his refreshing sound design and TENDER’s whispery vocals serving as the perfect compliment. Kasbo is also heading out on his first headline North American tour this spring so be sure to catch that if he’s coming to a city near you - see dates below. I had the pleasure of catching Kasbo’s debut live show here in Denver, which was an amazing first taste of his live performance that’s in the same live lane as Flume and ODESZA utilizing live drums, keys and guitar. Enjoy!

Kasbo - Aldrig Mer (Ft. TENDER)

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Kasbo Releases Must Hear Atmospheric Single "Snow In Gothenburg" Via Foreign Family

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Kasbo can do no wrong. The Young Swedish artist seemingly doesn’t have the capability to release anything less than incredible and put this on display once again with his extra chill new indie electronic single “Snow In Gothenburg” out via ODESZA's Foreign Family Collective. 

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 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! - Kasbo

Kasbo recently delivered an amazing remix of Jai Wolf’s hit “Indian Summer” in addition to his next level original track “Bleed It Out” as he continues his nonstop output of impressive releases. He just wrapped up tour with ODESZA and celebrates by unleashing a gem of a track on their label.

There’s something about Kasbo’s music that just oozes emotion. “Snow In Gothenburg” has a sort of nostalgia about it that captures Kasbo's ability to craft songs with a magical sense to them. Kasbo effortlessly combines lush textures and soundscapes with gentle melodies and impressive sound design that sounds like it’s straight out of a dream. The new single comes along with a visualizer bringing the mystical song to life through everyday imagery shot in an artistic way. Enjoy!

Kasbo - Snow In Gothenburg

Photo credit: Jack McKain

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