ALMA Premieres New Song “Cowboy” on BBC Radio 1
- Finnish singer-songwriter ALMA unveiled a new song “Cowboy” on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1.
Back in July, she joined in Tove Lo's "Bitches" along with Charli XCX, Icona Pop, Elliphant. The song is the follow-up to it.
She plans to released her debut album in 2019. The song will appear on it.
The track was written by Eren Cannata, ALMA, Justin Tranter, Sarah Hudson and BloodPop, who produced it as well.
The song is the most personal song she’s ever created. ALMA described her true identity.
“When I first left my home town to write in LA I felt scared and small — like the world was way too big and for me. It took me a long time to work out who I was and what I wanted to say,” she said. “I was afraid to give away anything personal at first (us Finnish people are naturally very reserved) so it took a long time for me to understand my true identity and start getting it into my songs. So it helped to create an alter ego, to be a Cowboy.”
She continued, “I just want to be here and be real. ‘Cowboy’ is the first real piece of me I wanted to give away. There’s lots more to come. I don’t want to bullshit anyone or write empty pop bangers.”
After finishing to support of Halsey's tour in The UK, she is currently on tour in Los Angeles and will support of MØ's tour in Europe in November.
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- source : BBC Radio 1