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FABIAN Introduces His Astounding Track "the distance"

Introducing one talented artist known as FABIAN, from his childhood years as a homemade Justin Timberlake impersonator to an ascending music career, FABIAN has created an upbeat pop sound inspired by figures like Dua Lipa and icons of Swedish songwriting like Denniz Pop and Max Martin. Something about his stylish aesthetics and neo-disco nightclub vibes might remind you of Stockholm stars like Benjamin Ingrosso and Felix Sandman. FABIAN was born and raised in Södermalm, one of the most creative and culturally radiant areas of Stockholm. After an upbringing surrounded by the pop icons he saw on MTV, he started writing and producing songs in seventh grade. He started attending Kulturama soon after that, a renowned arts high school that has educated Swedish musicians like Rhys. He has continued to develop his skills as a singer-songwriter and producer ever since, both through live performances in different line-ups and training at a higher education level. His current sound is a result of these experiences combined with his easy-going personality: "I believe in simple, ear-friendly pop music that focuses on catchy melodies, rather than excessively deep messages", he explains. Following the release of his newest single "the distance", he projects a vibrant track that will surely grasp your ears. Starting the track with a groovy beat leading onto his full and luscious vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's about when In a year we could no longer take traveling for granted, Swedish singer-songwriter FABIAN had to move away from his girlfriend for a while. The feelings of impatience and longing inspired him to write “the distance”, an upbeat pop anthem with nu-disco vibes. The song’s unpretentious nightclub sound with unforgettable melodies brings associations to Eurovision artists like Benjamin Ingrosso. Being also perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with friends. Go stream "the distance"!.



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