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Song recorded/mixed/mastered by David Larsson in Fagersta, Sweden
Good Friday Folks! Hope the day is swell wherever you are.Just wanted to share a new song with you, very special to me as a good friend of mine (Dave Larsson) recorded for me while in Sweden. It was on a cold snowy day and with nothing to do in this small,quite town called Fagersta on Floravägen aka (Flower Road), we decided to record a song of mine. Hope you enjoy ! -A
Here is a video my gal and I put together from our European trip/adventure of 3 months.We put a lot of time and love into it so I hope you enjoy ! PS: Surprise ending !!
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#tbt to when we met up with #kristianmatsson in #sweden and he have us a ride back to town. #thetallestmanonearth #vsco #vscocam #vscogoodFb.com/earlysettler
Traveling in Sweden has been such an amazing experience. By far my favorite country. So, feeling a bit adventurous I got a tattoo,while in Stockholm, of the most common tree in Sweden, Spruce Pine, to remember all of the adventures I’ve been on through Sweden.
Enjoy some free music from Early Settler ! “String Of Wild Things” from his EP Past Years is now available for download here on SoundCloud! :
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Spent a lot of 7am’s last week writing this song. Just finished it this morning, I hope to share it sometime soon, no rush I guess, these things need time. Waking up really early with so much to write about was pretty messy but fun at the same time. Sweden has been so inspirational and coming home with it means a lot. #folk #earlysettler #earlysettlermusic #newsong
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So Europe has been wonderful. I’ve seen so many beautiful places and iconic locations such as the one used in this photo. Can you guess who used this exact spot during the 60’s? Hint: “Subterranean Homesick Blues” ;)