Sara Krang of Sweden shares her new single ‘Magic Stone’. It’s a gentle, uplifting, hopeful ode to her baby, told through her hypnotic brand of Americana-influenced vintage pop. The song depicts Sarah meeting her daughter for the first time. she says, “Finding myself in her and discovering myself through her…it was a great love that cannot be shared.” Listen here.watch the video here.
Klang have had a very successful career so far, with three top five albums in their native Sweden and two Swedish Grammy Awards for Album of the Year. But none of that could prepare her for an entirely different journey. Her leaving her twenties and becoming a mother of her first child was the catalyst for her new cycle of songs based on her personal but commonly shared human experiences. rice field.
“Magic Stone” follows the release of lead single “Mercedes” and is an uplifting, synth-driven track that is loaded with optimism about her daughter’s future. Kran wrote the piece just months after finding out she was pregnant. The lyrics assure her daughter that she will be by her side forever. “You can run to me anytime“
She also recently announced that she will be headlining shows in the UK and Europe starting October 25th.th Brighton, England, including dates in London and Oslo. She has won fans across Europe with her exhilarating, moving and intimate live sets. Full dates are below and tickets can be purchased here.
Clan has always had an autobiographical songwriting flair, much like his acclaimed debut. Love of the Milky Way (2018) won Album of the Year at the Swedish Grammy Awards.it continued creamy blue (2019), her second album, was nominated again for “Best Album” and “Best Alternative Pop” at the Grammis Awards, and again for “European Album of the Year” at the IMPALA Awards.Her sound has so far touched on a variety of influences (60s and 70s pop, Americana, country undercurrents), but her 2021 sound is Virgo – the most well-received album to date – then broadened its scope to include elements of 80s synthpop (again winning the Swedish Grammy Award for Best Alternative Pop).Sensemaker praise followed, especially iD, Rolling Stone, Wonderland, Best Fit Line and collision.
Upcoming tour dates:
25th October Brighton, England – New Music Bar
October 26 London, UK – Oslo
October 28 Glasgow, UK – The Glad Cafe
October 29 Manchester, UK – Yes
October 30 Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club