There are 10 new songs written by the performer that may be found on the album, which is scheduled for release on October 21, 2022. "Where to Put the Pain," "Maybe," and "Night and Day" were the three lead singles that were released prior to the album's release.
Recently, Alice Boman has been focusing a lot of her thoughts on outer space. The void that exists between sounds, the unspoken connections between people, the immensity of the cosmos, and her small place in it all. The Swedish singer and great songwriter's latest album is titled "The Space Between," and it features a number of songs with similar themes. When one listens, it is as if they are witnessing the development of Alice Boman's concepts in real time, her tranquil reflections being encased in sympathetic arrangements that were created in collaboration with producer Patrik Berger (Robyn, Lana Del Rey).
When compared to her first album, "Dream On," Alice Boman's second album, "The Space Between," features a more expansive musical palette.
The arrangements are infused with an enveloping warmth that emanates from Alice Boman's gossamer light vocals, and they are gently complemented with shimmering guitar ('Space,' accordion ('Night and Day,' dazzling, music box effects ('On and On,' and muted brass, low in the mix ('Soon').
Perfume Genius contributed additional vocals to the song "Feels Like A Dream," which was the result of a collaboration that was initiated on Instagram and recorded electronically from a distance.
"The Space Between" is a journey that traces Boman's progression from anxiety ('Honey,' 'Maybe') to the "point of tenderness" she eventually reaches on the album's lovely closing tune, "Space." It is a journey that she hopes listeners will join her on as she seeks solace in the community. "Space" is a beautiful song that closes out the album.
Boman, who was born on December 2, 1987, recorded her debut extended play (EP), titled Skisser (which translates to "sketches" in Swedish), in her bedroom with the intention that it would never be made available to the general public.
The recordings were handled by Alice Boman as demos, and she sent them to a recording studio with the intention of having the songs recorded professionally. She went on to add that "the guy at the studio liked [the demos] so much that he forwarded them to Adrian Recordings, and they wanted to release them."
The extended play (EP) was initially released by Adrian Recordings on May 22, 2013, and since then, it has been re-issued on limited edition vinyl.
Remixes of the Skisser track "Waiting" and "Skiss 2" were included in an extended play (EP) that was published digitally in November of 2013. Remixes of the song were contributed by 1987, NATTEN, Summer Heart, and PAL, respectively.
A music video for the song "Skiss 3" was directed by Henric Claesson of Studio Pop in January 2014.
EP II was Alice Boman's second extended play, and it was released in June 2014. The music video for Studio Pop's debut single "What" was shot and directed by the band, and the premiere of the video took place on April 9, 2014, on The Fader.
Alice Boman's single "Dreams" was published in September of 2017, and it received accolades from a variety of publications, including Billboard, The New York Times, and Gorilla vs. Bear. The film was shot in the town of Vrhallarna, which is located in Sweden.
The music of Alice Boman has been featured in a number of different episodes of television shows as well as films. Some of them include 13 Reasons Why, Suits, Paper Towns, Transparent, Trinkets, Wanderlust, The Resident, Dickinson, Valeria, and Astrid et Raphaille.
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