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Swedish dance-pop stalwart OLSSON releases new single ‘One In A Million’

Swedish dance-pop stalwart OLSSON has released his new single ‘One In A Million’ today through Universal.

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‘One In A Million’ leads with a bright 90’s garage house beat reminiscent of Disclosure before breaking into the kind of danceable indie-pop swagger that will excite fans of LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip.

Regarding the single Olsson claims, It’s the perfect blend of bands like SG Lewis and Disclosure, and rock bands like Doves or The Growlers. For me that Detroit sounding heavy bass and guitar blends really well with garage house. Crazy I know…

He continues, “The song is about being desperate and obsessed with someone you will never get and who you know is the opposite of good for you. Like all unhealthy habits, you falsely believe that this will be your saviour and get you out of your miseries. Like your state of mind when you´re alone with a couple of drinks inside you at 3am, in a disturbed place or state of mind yet weirdly hopeful.”

Olsson is a prolific songwriter and has worked with the likes of Charli XCX, SeeB, Jacob Banks and more. His new music is bathed in his love for the sounds of the Haçienda and his first-hand 90s rave experiences in his Gothenburg hometown.

Now living in Stockholm, and gearing up to release his debut album in the spring of 2017, Olsson will breathe new life into parties with ‘One In A Million’ OUT TODAY.

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