By on May 8, 2017

Sweden’s unrivaled largest rock star is Thåström. With a past in, among other’s, Ebba Grön and Imperiet, he has been topical for four decades, and continues to touch with his patented Europablues. His live concerts usually exist in the border between fantasy and reality – a heavy and merciless musical experience that is constantly surprising. This autumn, Thåström releases a new album, largely recorded in Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, and produced by Hell and Thåström. During the spring, the first single will be released. November 26th, Thåström comes to Circus in Stockholm.

The latest gold-selling album “Den morronen”, which came in 2015, was given a full pot of DN and the single “Come with me” was described as one of the most beautiful he had ever done. With equal parts of beautiful poetry like mangled industrial textures, Thåström has established his the solo career as his perhaps most exciting and creative era. Despite the fact that his musical recipe has been known for a long time, he continues to enrapture his ever-expanding fan base in a way that only a real icon can. The fact that he is multiple Grammis-rewarded, constantly criticized and an artist who exists in the uniqueness in this country is perhaps not so strange.

Thåströms future new album is recorded in Berlin – a place he has portrayed and worked in earlier, but also seems to attract his most rare creations. With new material in the back will Thåström, as usual, offer Sweden’s best concert experience this fall.

26 november – Stockholm, Cirkus

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