JENNIE ABRAHAMSON releases new single WOLF on March the 16th!

Swedish born Jennie Abrahamson instantly grabbed the attention of international bloggers and radio stations with her last single ‘The War’. Even before the release, the track gained her the enthusiastic support of The Line Of Best Fit, Clash Music, Q Magazine, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music. Back in
Sweden, she was also nominated Swedish Pop Artist Of The Year at the Gaffa Awards and Composer Of The Year and at the Manifest Awards, the latter on which she won the Indie Of The Year award. The full album, Gemini Gemini, was also on the shortlist for the IMPALA price European Indie Album of
The Year Award, among acts like Aphex Twin and Caribou.

In 2014, alongside releasing latest album ‘Gemini Gemini’, Jennie kept herself busy touring and performing the biggest arenas around the world as supporting act for and duet partner to her childhood idol, Peter Gabriel. Now in early 2015 the singer returns with her upcoming single ‘Wolf’, which saw her work alongside producer and long-term colleague Johannes Berglund (The Knife, Shout Out Louds, Owen Pallet). It’s clear that Peter Gabriel’s massive, densely intricate art-rock sound has influenced Abrahamson’s own material in parts, but it’s undeniable to say Jennie has gradually developed her own idiosyncratic style within the very sought after experimental Scandi-pop. ‘Wolf’ has a smooth and subtle production, with a vying drumbeat that resembles Kate Bush’s 80s hit ‘Running Up That Hill’ and Rae Morris’ recent ‘Under The Shadows’.
Abrahamson has truly emerged as one of modern pop’s most thrilling voices, and now she spoils us with ‘Wolf’ which will be available for sale and download on the 16th March 2015.

‘Gemini Gemini’ was released through Surburban last year, some praise from the international press on the album:
“With its tribal drums, swelling strings and ethereal vocals, Jennie Abrahamson will certainly draw
comparisons with the likes of Kate Bush, The Knife and Bat For Lashes.” – Q Magazine
“The Swedish indie-pop singer-songwriter channels Lykke Li’s warped pop vibe. It’s catalystic, percussionheavy
battlecry anthemry – pretty fitting given its moniker – that’ll whip you up into a frenzy with
infectious hooks…” – The Line Of Best Fit