The Åland songwriter and artist Bromander released his debut album "You beautiful new world" a few years ago. It was written and published on its own machinery and led to praise such as "type underground" (Ålandstidningen) and "70s fragrant summer pop" (Pop music). For NIPÅ, it is now a real pleasure to present a concert at Alandica on the 4th of June, with the possibility for a limited live audience. The concert will be livestreamed at NIPÅs facebook page.
The debut album "You beautiful new world" (Originaltitel "Du sköna nya värld") from 2017 was followed up in 2020 by the pop album "Underströmmar" and it also received good reviews and was named by the music site Popmani as one of the ten best albums in Swedish the same year with the motivation:
“One of the most underrated pop artists we have. He has shown, this year again, that he can compete with the biggest names on the Swedish music scene. With Underströmmar, Bromander delivered ten fantastic songs that together create a small universe of characters and stories. A fantastic album that I think everyone can find something to take from.
The Swedish Entertainment Guide Nöjesguiden also wrote about the same record at the time:
"Underströmmar is a record about being human and having to confront things that we may not want to. There is a concern in Bromander's music that is both typical and classical, and a line of text can just as easily be written on mobile notes or in one of Hjalmar Söderberg's diaries."
In the spring of 2022, Bromander's third album "Skarabé" will be released, but already this autumn he is up to date with the first singles.
Now it's time for a concert when he performs with a full band on Alandica's stage on the 4th of June. A limited audience is planned and tickets are purchased via Alandica.
- Staffan Lindström
- Johan Borgström
- Kalle Johansson
- Lucas Grahl
- Elmer Hallsby
- David Hägelstam
- Vera Karlberg
Where? Alandica Kultur & kongress, tickets 10 € can be bought through Alandicas homepage
The concert will be livestreamed at NIPÅs facebookpage.
When? June 4th, at 20-21