Today, SunYears, a new project from Swedish singer/songwriter Peter Morén of Peter Bjorn and John, today shares the second single, “Slipping Away,” from the debut album Come Fetch My Soul! out June 16 via Yep Roc Records.
Of the track Morén offers, “This is more of an emotional state than any kind of coherent narrative. An image keeps coming back of walking, very drunk, all over Manhattan, from the Lower East Side to the Upper West (circa 2007?) trying to call someone. A walk I did several times during that era. I think I told Andreas (Nordell, bass) and Nino (Keller, drums) that we should sound like Nick Drake meets Television. Of course, it didn’t turn out that way in the end, but I think you get what I mean. Proud of this one.”
Come Fetch My Soul! features appearances from fellow indie artists, Ron Sexsmith, Jess Williamson, Eric Johnson (Fruit Bats, Bonny Light Horseman), and Kathryn Williams, which resulted in multiple duets throughout the album. Produced by Peter Morén, Ruben Engzell, and Daniel Bengtson, mastered by Magnus Lindberg, and mixed by Niklas Berglöf, all songs on the album were written by Peter Morén except “Wake Up,” which was written by Peter Morén, Kathryn Williams, and Ren Harvieu.
The album is available for pre-order here.Tags: Come Fetch My Soul!, New Album, New Single, Peter Morén, SunYears