At only 21 years age, Carl Garsbo is becoming one Sweden’s most inimitable forces in the indietronica scene. Known to fans as , the artist caught the early admiration influential tastemakers for his commitment to sweeping sound designs that are as organic as they are meticulously crafted.
After releasing his EP for free last year, and a on more recently, Kasbo has been working diligently in the studio to build an arsenal original music for his imminent LP debut. The young talent announced the forthcoming album on his :
Unveiled concurrently, the LP’s first single is a brightly crafted original titled “Aldrig Mer” — which translates to “No More.” The song, which features London-based vocalists Tender, is about getting over a past love. The song’s message posits, however, that there is nothing regretful or vindictive about letting go someone.
Kasbo weaves fluidly between bass-heavy, synth-fueled sequences and airy, lush atmospheres. Aesthetically, the young producer proves himself time and again with his savvy for building dreamy soundscapes that are expressive and idyllic, yet wildly alo.
If the track is any indication what is to come, one thing is certain: Kasbo’s first album will be wildly intuitive and wise beyond its years. In support his debut album, Kasbo is also embarking on his first headlining North American this March, with the final stop appearances at both weekends in late June.
“Places We Don’t Know” Tour Dates:
4/6 – Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam
4/7 – Chicago, IL – Chop Shop
4/8 – 4/9 – Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Lights
4/13 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
4/19 – Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right
4/20 – Boston, MA – Sonia’s
4/21 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
4/26 – Portland, OR – Holocene
4/27 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities
4/28 – Seattle, WA – Neumos
5/4 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
5/5 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram
5/18 – 5/20 – Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Fest
6/14 – 6/17 – Firefly Music Festival
6/21 – 6/25 – Rothbury, MI – Electric Forest
6/28 – 7/2 – Rothbury, MI – Electric Forest