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More and more artists are making music a language with which to defend their identity and show pride in who they are. A unique personality turned into their personal stamp that is what truly connects with their listeners beyond their music, and that allows them to feel comfortable in their own skin. “Feels Right is about being true to who you are,” answers the Copenhagen guitarist and songwriter Freddy Madson when asked about the single that he releases today teaming up with the newcomer Lleoh. “It celebrates the outsider in every single one of us – all the flaws and peculiarities that make you and me unique and beautiful in our very own way,” he adds.

In a society in which visual stimuli are infinite and the information received on a daily basis is impossible to manage, it is easy to forget oneself. Forget who you are, come to doubt your own personality or not find your place where you feel comfortable and understood. It is precisely those feelings that Freddy Madson addresses in his new single, Feels Right, which he unveils having debuted earlier this year with his single Hanging in the Air, an introduction to a musical universe that’s both evocative and enchantingly catchy.

“Besides being a truly gifted singer, Lleoh also became the metaphor of an inner voice or the person you need, to be set free,” explains the singer about the collaboration that he is now launching on the independent label Only Child. An invitation to love oneself and to feel proud of our virtues and our defects. In short, being proud of who we are: “Imagine a club with an irresistible dancefloor full of seemingly amazing people you wish you were partying amongst. But you don’t dance like them or fit their dress code and the music is anything but your taste. Anyway, here you are, considering to compromise with oneself to be part of the crowd.”

David Alarcón
Therese Lærke

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