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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Dottie Andersson releases new single, Heavy Objects, about letting go of negative emotions and situations.
Dottie stands for the opposite of smooth, picture-perfect pop. A large can of Monster-Energy makes up her weekday breakfast, which is a good example of the energy she generates in her songs: to not take yourself too seriously, to have a big plan, and to approach everything in a different way than a regular person.
Dottie describes in her lyrics how life is like a roller coaster with highs and lows. Always online, with no less than 15 Instagram stories, always ironic despite the fact that emotions are always around the corner.
Dottie studied drums and was raised in a musical family. and played with her three younger sisters in the band Ason, supporting Milow and Matt Simons at numerous festival shows. She now has a distinct sound that is influenced by artists like Veronica Maggio, Bon Iver, Caroline Polachek, or Phoebe Bridgers. She has a real attitude and a (very Swedish) sense for pop melodies mixed with elements of electronica and indie. a sound that has the potential to captivate Pop-Maniacs as well as Indie-Nerds.
Dottie explained that at long last she is making the music she wants to make, music that comes straightforwardly from her Swedish veins and that is legitimately her. This first EP is like breaking free from a chain that has held her captive for the past few years.
The first single from Dottie Andersson, “Heavy Objects,” is a song about letting go of negative feelings and circumstances. Her sharp demeanor holds it together, conveying sweet melancholy, charming cheekiness, and a hint of stubbornness. a small amount of everything that Dottie represents.
The first of a series of songs that have been recorded with producer Martin Baumgartner in Hamburg since 2020 is titled “Heavy Objects.” Jeff Fettig (Caroline Polachek, Maggie Rogers, Solange) mixed it in Los Angeles, and Joe Lambert (Sofi Tukker, Daughter, Moby) mastered it in New York. The accompanying video was shot in one take by photographer Nic Schoppet on the spot.
Dottie Andersson is a lyricist from Småland, Sweden. Soon, a lot of people will be aware.
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