Single review by KevW
As well as being one of the world's premier exporters of indiepop, Sweden is also a force to be reckoned with when it comes to electro-pop. Particularly the blissed-out variety found on this new single by enigmatic duo Ditt Inre. They showed themselves to the world back in May with the release of debut EP 'En Värld I Brand' which garnered some acclaim, and they return with a new single in December that could be the perfect variety of dreampop to brighten up your winter, and thankfully it has nothing at all to do with Christmas.
'Inget Val' (which translates as 'No Selection') is downtempo but uplifting, like if Sigur Ros did tunes. It's glistens and sparkles in a way that brings a smile to your face and seems generally full with wonder at the world and all its magic. Like we say about much of the releases we feature, commercially it will probably sink without trace, but to those of us whose lives it has enriched for a brief period it will be remembered as a relaxing, shining, laid-back thing of beauty.
Ditt Inre's website
'Inget Val' will be available on December 11th from Cascine Records
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