Buckle your seatbelts, Boothgoers, because we’re going on a nostalgia trip. The debut feature and latest feature from Swedish recording artist Jimmy Skoog wistfully reminisces about his school days, when he used to spend his, “days up at Suicide Hill.” The song’s lyrical focus may be backward-looking, but the song has the sound of a contemporary pop hit, thanks to Alex Isaac‘s effervescent synth/guitar production. In addition to manning the boards, Isaak links up with Peter Krafft to provide vocal support. Suicide Hill isn’t part of a larger set, but those feeling it can stay tuned for more from the unsigned buzzmaker.
Written by richard on 07/21/14
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