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Resulta evidente e innegable que los suecos hacen el mejor Pop. Y cuando uno dice que los suecos hacen el mejor Pop no sólo hace referencia a músicos históricos como ABBA, Europe, Roxette o The Cardigans. No, es que desde los 80 Suecia ha nutrido el panorama internacional musical con expertos europopers: músicos y compositores que cogen sus corazones rotos, sus desengaños y sus nostalgias y hacen de ellos hits inolvidables. De esto hay varios ejemplos: Robyn, Emilia, Ace of Base, Mando Diao.

Pero es que la cosa no se queda ahí. Como los suecos son los mejores y lo saben, decidieron también ser referentes indiscutibles del indie internacional. Ahí los vemos con Lykke Li, The tallest man on earth, José González (sí, es sueco) The Hives, First Aid Kit, The Radio Dept., Life on earth…

Y hace dos años, desde las frías tierras de Gothenburg, nos llegó otro sueco, Joel Alme. Sus letras melancólicas, su voz natural y cruda y sus melodías lo hacen digno merecedor del título de músico sueco (debería convertirse en denominación musical de origen). Pues bien, desde su debut “Waiting for the bells” no habíamos vuelto a saber mucho de Alme hasta esta semana. “A tender trap” es su nuevo single y adelanto de su nuevo álbum del mismo nombre. Y ya tiene videoclip. Así que a disfrutar de esta preciosa pieza de Pop sueco para terminar este primer día de la semana.

Joel Alme – A Tender Trap from Mats Udd on Vimeo

A él le entregaríamos encantados un par de Preventis de la nueva colección. Para ti también hay unos. Sólo tienes que demostrar que tú también eres un Global Nomad. Haz click aquí para saber cómo.

We all know that Swedea do the best Pop Music. And when one says that Swedes make the best Pop Music, one is not only talking about historical bands as ABBA, Europe, Roxette or The Cardigans. Since the 80’s, Sweden has nourished international music with the most expert europopers: singers, composers and producers that take their broken hearts, their disappointments and their nostalgia to make amazing and unforgettable hits. Do you need proof? There we go: Robyn, Emilia, Ace of Base, Mando Diao…

But that’s not all. As Swedes are the best and so they know, they decided to become the kings and queens of international indie pop. And there you have great examples such as Lykke Li, The tallest man on earth, José González (yes, he is Swede) The Hives, First Aid Kit, The Radio Dept., Life on earth…

And two years ago, from the cold land of Gothenburg, we were given another amazing musician: Joel Alme. His melancholic lyrics, his raw voice and the melodies of his songs make him deserving of the title of Swede musician (it should become a Musical Designation or Origin). Anyway, since his debut “Waiting for the bells” there was an absolute lack of news regardind Alme until now. “A tender trap”  is his new single, the first of his upcoming album of the same name. Here you have the video. Just sit back and enjoy this beautiful piece of Swedish Music.

Joel Alme – A Tender Trap from Mats Udd on Vimeo

We would gladly give this guy a pair of Preventis from the new collection. And you can get yours too. You just need to demonstrate that you are a Global Nomad. Click here for more information.

We all know that Swedea do the best Pop Music. And when one says that Swedes make the best Pop Music, one is not only talking about historical bands as ABBA, Europe, Roxette or The Cardigans. Since the 80’s, Sweden has nourished international music with the most expert europopers: singers, composers and producers that take their broken hearts, their disappointments and their nostalgia to make amazing and unforgettable hits. Do you need proof? There we go: Robyn, Emilia, Ace of Base, Mando Diao…

But that’s not all. As Swedes are the best and so they know, they decided to become the kings and queens of international indie pop. And there you have great examples such as Lykke Li, The tallest man on earth, José González (yes, he is Swede) The Hives, First Aid Kit, The Radio Dept., Life on earth…

And two years ago, from the cold land of Gothenburg, we were given another amazing musician: Joel Alme. His melancholic lyrics, his raw voice and the melodies of his songs make him deserving of the title of Swede musician (it should become a Musical Designation or Origin). Anyway, since his debut “Waiting for the bells” there was an absolute lack of news regardind Alme until now. “A tender trap”  is his new single, the first of his upcoming album of the same name. Here you have the video. Just sit back and enjoy this beautiful piece of Swedish Music.

Joel Alme – A Tender Trap from Mats Udd on Vimeo

We would gladly give this guy a pair of Preventis from the new collection. And you can get yours too. You just need to demonstrate that you are a Global Nomad. Click here for more information.

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