In the fall of 2017 Frida Sundemo released her international debut album Flashbacks & Futures. With soundscapes like a sparkling music bomb with rapidly pulsating bass drum the track was combined by inspiration from composers like Chopin, Hans Zimmer and John Williams to club acts such as Boys Noize and Para One. Like a trip to another planet, the albums dewy production and expansive synths have garnered praise from the likes of Paste Magazine, FADER, The Line of Best Fit, Idolator, Clash Music, Billboard and more.
Frida Sundemo released her debut album Dear, Let It Out exclusively in Japan in 2010, with its lead single ‘Towers’ becoming a No.1 radio smash. Two years later she began to create music with producer/songwriter Joel Humlén, and together they spawned the critically acclaimed EPs Indigo in 2013 and 2014’s Lit Up By Neon.
Frida’s profile rose even further in 2015 when she made her Hollywood acting debut with a leading role in the big screen adaption of John Niven’s Kill Your Friends, alongside stars including Nicholas Hoult and James Corden. Her music has also created the right feeling in several key scenes in major international TV shows and movies like Grey’s Anatomy, Girlhood and Kill Your Friends.
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