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“I’m a big fan of Malin Andersson, both her sound and her music. I also just love her thinking behind the songs” Eve Blair (The Late Show) BBC Radio Ulster

Following the critical success of previous singles Reef & Avalon which enjoyed support from BBC Scotland, London & Ulster, Radio X, Amazing Radio and others, Scandinavian singer-songwriter Malin Andersson is back with the hauntingly beautiful third single Ships in the Night from her upcoming album Space to Feel – a song about the whirlwind experiences of falling in & out of love while questioning whether you’re in the right place at the right time.

Released on Revanche Records, Ships in the Night was produced by LA-based, New Orleans-bred producer Ben Alleman (Dr John, Willie Nelson, Dan Was) who also co-wrote the song with Malin, & mastered at Colibri Sound Recorders with engineer Mo Hausler (Bat For Lashes, Marina & The Diamonds, HONNE).

A gentle acoustic arrangement is cloaked with ethereal pads & soft vocal harmonies over which Malin laments about whether to trust in the process. She explains “throughout my life, I’ve carried a sensation of being either “too late” or “too early” with my insights, constantly questioning if I’m in the right place at the right time. I’ve often pondered if the choices are within my control or if I should simply trust a Higher Power. This song is about falling in and out of love, reflecting on the interplay between life’s clock & the celestial constellations.

(press release, artwork & images included in MP3 download)