We’ve never been particularly coy in our courting of Frida Sundemo’s incessantly superlative Scandipop fare and her latest, the consummately wistful A Million Years, does absolutely nothing to dampen what is, to all intents and purposes, an already slushy infatuation. Her impeccable vocal equal parts biting, incisive and inviting, muffled kicks meet with bombastic synthetic fanfare and susurrating cymbals to only accent the bristling emotivity of it all. “I could stay for a million years” she keens, and so could we for her unerring naïveté, as per, surely couldn’t be better refined.
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