CLUB 8 "Western Hospitality" MP3

Club 8

The Swedish king and queen (though not a couple) of pop are back at it again with a brand new single and album in sight.  After having the hemispheres vibrate with their brilliant pop mannerisms in 2007’s The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Dreaming, the duo teamed up for the first time with producer Jari Haapalainen (The Concretes, Camera Obscura, Ed Harcourt).  What Jari brings out of the duo seems to be a much brighter light than what most fans may be used to. The sounds of tropicalia and rumba are at the base of the song while the anthemic chorus rings throughout.  But Karolina Komstedt’s voice is still quite familiar and Johan Angergård’s writing reminiscent.   Listen to it in their new track “Western Hospitality” set to be released on April 7th, 2010 on Labrador Records.  And six albums later, their new album The People’s Record will be released May 18th, 2010 in Labrador Records as well.

MP3: “Western Hospitality
Website: http://www.club-8.org
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/club8
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/club8
Purchase: The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Dreaming
Label: Labrador

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