Andreas Sandlund - Destiny

Published Wednesday 10th April 2013
Andreas Sandlund - Destiny
Andreas Sandlund - Destiny

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 133150-19902
LABEL: Independent
RRP: £9.97

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

When I first heard the initial single from this project, "Fade Away", I was taken with its undulating synth and bass riff and its anthemic chorus and it still sounds good here. The Swedish songsmith has a winning way with '80s sounding synth pop while the second track, "My Everything", introduces plenty of burbles and synths, plus some rhythmic abrasions on guitar. The opener "Destiny" is decidedly worshipful ("Cover me with your grace and mercy") while the reflective "Fool's Paradise" is a wistful song about being invaded by doubt. Throughout Andreas' voice is warm and engaging and demonstrates why he has been a much used session singer in his homeland. You could suggest that there is nothing here that is truly groundbreaking but such is the deft execution of this music that it wins through. If 'Destiny' gets radio support it will do well.

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Product Description
Andreas Sandlund released his third album Destiny in November 2012. The album is a follow-up to the previous Sacred Love that included a single that gained airplay on various radio stations in Europe and the US.

Andreas Sandlund is a musician, songwriter and artist. As a musician he has worked with some of the most well known artists in Sweden, both on records and live in many contexts. Her has been heard backing artists on songs that have been frequently played on radio and has performed on many of the bigger and most renowned venues in Sweden.

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