Boy In Space Releases “Forever Young (Live)”

Boy In Space (aka Robin Lundbäck) has released a live version of his poignant reimagining of Alphaville’s 1984 anti-war anthem “Forever Young” – CLICK HERE to listen and HERE to watch the powerful performance video. CLICK HERE to listen to the original. The live version of the re-work is propelled by Robin’s signature falsetto vocals paired with lyrics that feel as relevant right now as they ever have.

“This is one of my favorite songs of all time,” Boy In Space said. “It was written in such a crazy time for the world as a way to remind people to live in the moment and live life to the fullest. They were dealing with the threat of nuclear bombs, today we are all dealing with a global pandemic. The song has a message that is timeless for all generations and I’m proud to join the ever-growing list of talented artists who have covered it.”

The buzzy Swedish-born singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist allows his imagination to run wild on tape, effortlessly welcoming listeners into an often wild and wonderful world untethered from reality yet inspired by it. He has quickly become one of the biggest breakout artists of the past year, surpassing 60+ million streams on Spotify overall with just a handful of singles released since his independent emergence. He really engages and entrances with each subsequent release about betrayal and the fiery passion of young love. Boy In Space recently wrapped his first support tour with Alec Benjamin across the EU/UK and will release several more songs into a highly-anticipated EP later this year. He’s also scheduled to support Jeremy Zucker on his European Tour this fall. Full routing as well as updates and information can be found by visiting www.boyinspace.com.

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