Get a cup of damn good coffee, a slice of cherry pie and ask yourself: who killed Bedroom Eyes?
This is »After I Was a Kid But Before I Grew Up« in all its VHS glory! Directed by Vegard Fjærvoll.
The first single out from Bedroom Eyes sophomore album “Greetings From Northern Sweden” is the guitar driven, melody tangled and wonderful “After I Was A Kid But Before I Grew Up”. Speedy and intriguing indie pop.
With his debut album, released back in 2010, getting raving press from the likes of Rolling Stone (“a strong songwriter”), Vice (“beautiful artist”), Der Spiegel (“marvelous songs blessed with harmony”) and Swedish national radio P3 (“next big thing in Swedish pop”) there’s a lot of anticipation leading up the new release.
“After I Was A Kid But Before I Grew Up” is out on all digital platforms via Startracks.