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"Ja må du leva" out worldwide!

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Darin's new single "Ja må du leva" is out today worldwide! This is the first single from Darin's eight studio album planned for release in autumn.

You can get the song on Spotify and Apple Music and listen to it below:

"Ja må du leva" artwork and 2nd teaser

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This Friday the first single off Darin's eight studio album expected for release this autumn is finally out.
"Ja må du leva" sounds like an insightful follow-up to "Lagom" and here's a teaser to prove it:

Un post condiviso da Darin (@darinofficial) in data: 27 Mar 2017 alle ore 05:27 PDT

Teaser: "Ja må du leva"

Darin just posted a video of his photoshoot for "Ja må du leva" with what seems to be the intro of his new single. Un post condiviso da Darin (@darinofficial) in data: 24 Mar 2017 alle ore 12:10 PDT

New single "Ja må du leva" out March 31

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After two years, Darin is coming back to the music scene with a brand new single in swedish: "Ja må du leva". The title literally means "Yes, may you live" and refers to a typical Swedish birthday song.

The single drops on March 31st and is written by Darin and Peter Kvint (Följa John, Tänk dig, I din 
hand, Kom med mig), produced by Swedish folk-pop duo Smith & Thell and mixed by Ollie Olson.

Vasastan Magasin Interview: ”I’m halfway done with my new album”

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Darin was recently interviewed in the latest issue of Vasastan Magasin, where he talked about his career and life in general. Above all, he revealed more information about his new album.
”At the moment I’m halfway done with my new album. I have written half of the songs, but I haven’t started recording yet. It’s in Swedish and I’m doing it my way, to the fullest.”
While discussing his background, Darin mentioned not feeling Swedish nor Kurdish despite feeling at home in both places simultaneously. This has inspired him to write a song called Identitetslös (identity-less/without identity), that might end up on the album. 
Apart from the new album, Darin says that he is also working on another project with a British songwriter in Los Angeles, describing it as an entirely different thing that will be revealed later on.     
”It’s the same style but two different languages. I feel comfortable in both, but Swedish is closer and more personal.” 

Read the full interview in Swedish at this li…