Sol Skugga | Fairytales and Lullabies

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Fairytales and Lullabies

by Sol Skugga

A combination of dramatic folklore rock ballads, sexy up-beat electronica and cross-genré pop tracks, ready to keep you company through sunny days as well as sad times. Bring your lover and step into a music-maniacs wardrobe - clothes won't be needed.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Say It
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2. So Strange
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3. Burn Her
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4. This Is My Time
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5. Fairytales and Lullabies
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6. Share Tonight
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7. Quietly Crucified
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8. I Wanna Know
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9. Sweet Lullaby
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10. Letter To Myself
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11. Simply Me
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12. I Had My Share
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13. Slowly Fading
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Swimming without webbed toes" were my debut and an escape from haunting ghost and hurting memories. Gardenia were an invitation for you to enter softer, brighter landscapes in me, early daybreak's and a hopeful mind. Upcoming album; Fairytales and Lullabyes - sounds to me as a bridge; walking from past to present, a very gentle touch of strings, acoustic guitars and odd sounds but at the same time filled with more lust, life, spirit and energy. You'll find some big folklore/rock/symphonic ballads in it, but also fast and jumpy pop/rock/electro songs and a couple of new, hopefully suggestive pop tracks, a bit like "Guilty" on my very first album, but more acoustic. Oh, there's one more difference, I actually play most of the guitars on this album, and you'll find both live drums, rhythm instruments and a Fender Jazz bass from 69. Lyrics embraces emotions, topics and things I care for as usually, some songs will still be a nail in the eye of people out there and I hope I will leave some thoughts in your heads. Politics, simple hello's and goodbyes and...off cause, passion. Love. Sex. Frustration, oh you know. The whole scale.

I also release one of my first written songs ever, from 2001, same period as "Ghost" from "SWWT". It is named "Quietly Crucified" and if you knew me in my past, you might have heard me sing it with an acoustic guitar in some dark corner. Some words just take time to come through. Today I find myself where my last album Gardenia ended: at the rainbows end.




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Ravenheart Music

AWESOME
SOL SKUGGA is a Swedish act whose 'Gardenia' cd picked up an 8/10 review here at Ravenheart in January (2009). Now it is time for the lovely lass to unleash her 'Fairytales and Lullabies' record onto the public. And what a cool laid back offering this is. Certainly an album to chill out to with a glass or six of wine! Now what about the music itself. The cd kicks off with 'Say It' and this is possibly one of the rockier numbers on the album, and it screams hit single. This track is followed by 'So Strange' which to me would go down well in the clubs, especially as a remix. Thereafter, things slow down a wee bit, and what I like about this album is this girl's awesome vocals, and the generally laid back vibe of her music, that includes the use of violin etc. Her cool vocals are showcased on many of the tracks including the folky sounding 'Burn Her', the lovely 'I Wanna Know', and the awesome 'Simply Me'. Like the recent Mojave album, it is a refreshing change when something like this comes my way, and it proves that we at Ravenheart are not just a bunch of metal heads. I have known Sol for somewhile, and to be honest, it is a real pleasure to know her and she deserves huge success. The album gets released 1st October, so get it! NOW!!!