Malmö, Sweden-based singer-songwriter Alice Boman has released a live session video for her newest single “Don’t Forget About Me.” The track is lifted from the artist’s upcoming debut full-length recording, Dream On, which drops on January 17th, 2020, via [PIAS].

The video was captured in the studio of producer Patrik Berger (Robyn, Charli XCX, Carly Rae Jepsen) and features Berger on bass, John from Peter Bjorn & John on drums, and Julia Ringdahl on guitar and vocals. Speaking of the clip, Boman noted, “We wanted it to be simple and quick, to capture that live feeling. And to film it on Super 8 film, which to me makes it feel even more alive.”

Commenting on the forthcoming release and themes therein included, Boman said, “I guess it’s about love and heartbreak and things I’ve been through. A lot of the songs spring from a feeling of sadness, something being lost or broken or just not turning out the way you wanted it to. It’s nice to share these things with people and I hope maybe someone can find some comfort in it—we’re all going through similar things. There are no happy songs here, it’s a sad record, but I think it’s hopeful too.”

Lucky local fans are already rushing to get tickets for then the recently-announced European 2020 winter shows. More dates to come!

Upcoming Tour Dates:

1/17/20 – Groningen, NL – Eurosonic
2/14/20 – Malmö, SE – Babel
2/15/20 – Copenhagen, DK – Hotel Cecil
2/18/20 – Berlin, DE – Kantine am Berghain
2/19/20 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
2/20/20 – Paris, FR – Le Pop-Up du Label
2/21/20 – Brussels, BE – Witloof Bar
2/23/20 – Brighton, UK – The Latest Music Bar
2/24/20 – Manchester, UK – Gullivers
2/25/20 – London, UK – Union Chapel
4/03/20 – Göteborg, SE – Pustervik
4/05/20 – Stockholm, SE – Dramaten

Artwork for ‘Dream On’ by Alice Boman

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