Dottie Andersson Shares New Single, “Heavy Objects”
Swedish indie-pop artist Dottie Andersson has just released her debut single, “Heavy Objects,” and it has already made waves in the music scene with its smooth pop sound and powerful lyrics.
“Heavy Objects” has been met with critical acclaim, receiving support from Spotify‘s New Music Friday Sweden, and is sure to captivate audiences with its sweet melancholy and charming cheekiness.
Dottie Andersson is no stranger to the music scene, having grown up in a musical family and honing her craft as a drummer. She was a part of the band Ason, playing support shows for popular artists such as Milow and Matt Simons. But now, she has found her own sound and is ready to take the world by storm. Her music is influenced by a diverse range of artists including Veronica Maggio, Bon Iver, Caroline Polachek, and Phoebe Bridgers, and displays a unique blend of electronic, indie, and pop elements.
With “Heavy Objects,” Dottie shares a message of letting go of the emotions and situations that hold us back. The song is an authentic representation of her Swedish roots and her unique attitude. The accompanying video, filmed as a spontaneous one-take by photographer Nic Schoppet, adds to the raw and emotional feel of the song.
Watch Dottie Andersson’s “Heavy Objects” below
The production of “Heavy Objects” was a collaboration with producer Martin Baumgartner (Miwata, Junior Kelly), who recorded the song in Hamburg, mixer Jeff Fettig (Caroline Polachek, Maggie Rogers, Solange), who mixed it in Los Angeles, and mastering engineer Joe Lambert (Sofi Tukker, Daughter, Moby), who mastered it in New York.
Dottie Andersson shares, “It’s finally the music I wanna make, music that comes directly from my Swedish veins and that is authentically me. This first EP is like breaking loose from a kind of chain that’s been holding me the past couple of years.”
With “Heavy Objects”, Andersson has set the bar high for herself and is sure to leave a lasting impression. Stay up to date by following her on Instagram.