“Take Me Dancing” – An Escape From The Troubles of Working Life

Winterland’s New Danceable Tune

Swedish rock solo project Winterland is set to release its latest single, “Take Me Dancing,”  on January 19th. Mirroring the ‘80s vibe of artists like Hall & Oates and Kenny Loggins, the song’s upbeat, catchy, synth-filled sound is bound to instantly connect with its listeners.

Written, produced, and mixed by the mastermind behind the project, Fredrik Nilsson, in Winterland Studio, and mastered by Björn Engelmann at Cuttingroom studio, the song’s fun ’80s sound is a reinterpretation of the track, which was originally conceived three years ago with an entirely different sound.

The song’s lyrics delve into the daily struggles of a person trapped in the grind of work life, perpetually exhausted and feeling out of place. Dancing emerges as a haven to find the joy that eludes them in their routinary existence, turning the song into a plea to go out and dance the troubles away.

The song is Winterland’s third release before their upcoming second album, which is due to be released later this year.

Winterland’s music transports listeners to a world of imagery, evoking nostalgia and classic rock. The project embodies the maturity and depth of Fredrik Nilsson’s artistic journey, marked by his constant exploration of new styles within a signature retro sound.

Since its signing with Rexius Records in 2021, Winterland has released several captivating singles and a self-titled debut album.

Don’t miss the exciting release of “Take Me Dancing” on January 19th.

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