Popdose presents Swedish chanteuse Louise Lemon, and her new E.P., Malex.

The E.P. was recorded during the sessions of Louise’s Purge E.P. (released earlier this year), produced by Randall Dunn (Algiers, Sunn O))), Thurston Moore, etc.). Lemon’s Swedish pop sensibilities meet Dunn’s Seattle Drone soundscape to create a haunting atmosphere.

The title track is about revelations, making new choices and not looking back.  According to Ms. Lemon:

“I wrote Malex while moving. I was leaving not only the city I was living in, but all the past that comes with staying in one place for a long time. It’s a song about moving on, mentally as well as physically. And I love to sing that song; it’s without effort, just like letting go is, when you really do.”

See what you think when you hear it.

Malex is currently available.


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