After releasing a slew of singles in the last year, Swedish LoFi producer Slumberville has finally dropped his first full-length project since 2020. Harmony takes listeners on a journey on a dreamlike journey through textures and organic sounds.
Slumberville really explores the genre of the LoFi genre on Harmony. The album opener “For The Win” features dark violin over an energetic beat, while the closing track “Rain In Reykjavik” is a cozy tune. “Forever Young” stands out as one of the album’s shining stars. Featuring the airy vocals of singer Woodes, Sumberville showcases his capacity for harder-hitting drum beats. “Norrland” is also a favorite from the album. Taking its name from the Swedish word for “northern land,” this track is filled with a majestic flute that transports the listener to far-off locales.
“Harmony is a melting pot for all the music genres that I love. I love blending genres and to cross-pollinate them in a Slumberville environment,” says Sebastian Fronda, the man behind Slumberville. This fusion of sounds is evident as the album progresses.
We highly recommend hitting play on this album. It pairs well with a warm cup of coffee and some cozy candles. You can listen to Harmony below. Enjoy!