HATER – ” Bad Luck “

Posted: June 23, 2021 in MUSIC

Sweden’s Hater are back with their first new music in a while, a charming song abourt awkward moments. “The song is about some kind of social awkwardness between myself and new faces,” says singer Caroline Landahl. “Feeling left out due to not knowing how to read a situation but also not wanting to know more than I should.”

Returning with a four minute examination of things gone wrong, Hater’s ‘Bad Luck’ is a very personal examination of that luck, an introvert’s story of learning to live again; of understanding how relationships work and how to communicate in them; a reawakening for new times. Caroline says: “The song is about some kind of social awkwardness between myself and new faces. Feeling left out due to not knowing how to read a situation but also not wanting to know more than I should.” ‘Bad Luck’ is filled with apprehension and ambiguity, a gorgeous ethereal jigsaw that builds as Caroline’s brittle delivery sharpens and concludes, it’s a piece of aching romanticism destined to feature on a thousand mix tapes. A melodious wisp for a new circumstance.

Recorded in January this year ‘Bad Luck’ was mixed and mastered by John Cornfield and produced by Joakim Lindberg in his “Sickan” studio in Malmö. Coinciding with its release Hater accompany their latest track with a striking brand new video.

Recorded at the Palladium theatre in Malmö, the video was directed by Jacob Nilsson and shot by Benjamin Zadig. Currently working on their new album due to be released next year, Hater are Caroline Landahl, Måns Leonartsson, Frederick Rundquist and Rasmus Andersson.

Hater’s new single ‘Bad Luck

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