Boy In Space (Robin Lundbäck) will close out 2020 with a timely new single, “Therapy,” with fellow Swedes NOTD –LISTEN HERE to listen and to watch the official video that gives us major 90s nostalgia with its lo-fi vibes. Watch the Official Video HERE
“Therapy” takes the artist’s innate talent for sincere songwriting and raw delivery to the next level as the rising artist laments “maybe I’m in need of therapy…” something we can all absolutely relate to right now. This song was born out of a summer of self-reflection for Boy In Space, and he is working on music for a new project slated for 2021.
“I’ve been going through a lot of shit lately, so I wanted to write a song from my point of view. I hope people can relate and that ‘Therapy’ gets less stigma so that people aren’t afraid of getting help,” says Boy In Space.
“Boy in Space is one of our best friends and we couldn’t be more excited to finally share this collaboration with all our fans,” adds NOTD. “Getting to work on this song and video from start to finish alongside Robin was really special for us so we’re happy it is finally out in the world.”
‘Therapy’ follows previous singles, “Caroline”, “u n eye”, “On A Prayer” featuring SHY MARTIN, “7UP”, “Cold”, and “Drown”, which have all received support from Radio One including Adele Roberts (Best New Pop) and Scott Mills and had syncs on Love Island.
ABOUT BOY IN SPACE:
The buzzy Swedish-born singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist allows his imagination to run wild on tape, effortlessly welcoming listeners into an often wild and wonderful world untethered from reality yet inspired by it. He has quickly become one of the biggest breakout artists of the past year, surpassing 105 million+ streams overall with just a handful of singles released since his independent emergence. He really engages and entrances with each subsequent release about betrayal and the fiery passion of young love. Most recently, Boy In Space toured with Alec Benjamin, and he’s currently in the studio recording new music.
In just three years, the multi-platinum duo NOTD has accumulated more than 1.3 Billion streams. After getting their start remixing pop music’s elite (Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, etc.), NOTD went on to sign with UMG and release a slew of original hits including two top-40 singles (“So Close” and “I Wanna Know”) on U.S. pop radio, one of which was also the #1 most played song on US Dance Radio in 2019. They toured the U.S. and Europe in 2019 with Zedd and were nominated for a 2020 iHeartMusic award for Dance Song of the Year.