Olsson’s “One In A Million” has destined for clubland written all over it.
The Swede who is a prolific songwriter, having put pen to paper for the likes of Charli XCX and Seeb is venturing out to bring about the release of his debut album this spring. This looks to be a move of careful planning if the bouncy garage house roots of “One In A Million” are anything to go by. It will have an early lead in to the barrage of summer anthems no doubt likely already being selected to soundtrack the holiday season when it hits us from late May onwards.
I like this one though as it’s totally pumped with good old 90’s club influences. Appropriate amounts of stomping bass and all that jazz with the backing vocals being slipped down a vocoder.
For arguments sake let’s call this a disco renaissance that will burrow its way into your head and light up all your fibres in neon glitter explosions in no time at all.
If you were ever a fan of Black Box or Nightcrawlers. Now, imagine them shimmied up in a neat little mash-up scenario.
Load up “One In A Million” and you’ll be going crazy for it soon enough.