The Land Below‘s new single “Walk Like Nothing” is out on The Future Sound of Stockholm.
In this period of Eurovision, it is unnecessary to say that Sweden is the kingdom of pop music. Haling from Malmö, Erik Lindestad has become one of the main actors of the Swedish indie landscape with his music outlet The Land Below. Active since 2015, the indie pop and synth-pop artist is now readying the release of his new album, Whatever comes, We’ll hold the line, due out June 7. Following up on “Light In You” and “Good Time,” here’s the third single taken from the upcoming record. Immediate and cheerful, “Walk Like Nothing” is about a person who gets away with everything without consequence. It’s a happy-go-lucky ear worm with shimmering synths acting as a ritornello and luminous soundscapes à la Empire Of The Sun. Listen below.
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