New album & tour this autumn

A new album will be released this autumn, as announced in the Aftonbladet interview some days ago. Yesterday, an accompanying tour was announced as well by Blixten & Co! 😉

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The dates announced (thus far):
04 Nov: Göteborg, Lorensbergsteatern
06 Nov: Helsingborg, Konserthuset
17 Nov: Stockholm, Cirkus Teater
19 Nov: Örebro, Conventum
20 Nov: Vara, Konserthuset
21 Nov: Jönköping, Kulturhuset Spira
25 Nov: LuleÄ, Kulturens hus
26 Nov: UmeÄ, Idunteatern
27 Nov: BollnÀs, Kulturhuset
3 Dec: GĂ€vle, GĂ€vle Konserthus
5 Dec: Uppsala, Uppsala konsert & kongress

Tickets are available via blixten.se/petramarklund. In other news, Petra has given interviews at three Swedish radio stations in the past few days. You can listen to them here.

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What happens in Gothenburg, stays in Gothenburg

It’s out! Petra’s new single is a Swedish track titled “Det Som HĂ€nder I Göteborg (Stannar I Göteborg)“. It’s an indie pop song with electronic elements, and has a cheerful summer vibe to it. Petra wrote the track in Gothenburg, and explained that it symbolizes her nice visits to the city. She did not write the track alone: it was co-written by Jonas Quant (Agnes, No Doubt) and Ana Diaz. Production credits remain unknown for now.

Petra Marklund - Det Som HÀnder I Göteborg (Stannar I Göteborg)

The song: you can get it via digital outlets such as iTunes, Google Play, etc. or listen on Spotify, Deezer, etc… 😉

Promotion started first thing in the morning, when Petra visited Swedish radio station Mix Megapol and talked about the new single, obviously, as well as AllsÄng PÄ Skansen (podcast here). Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet published a 2-page interview in their physical newspaper and on their website.

At the time of writing, the song is #6 on the Swedish iTunes chart. The first photos have surfaced on the web as well – higher quality files will hopefully follow. For continued updates about the single, you are welcome on our forum.

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