Mei River, Swedish songwriter, producer and vocalist, releases ‘Peter Parker’ via Columbia/Sony Music Germany. ‘Peter Parker’ is the rising artist’s second release to date and is taken from his forthcoming debut EP ‘Tall Trees That Never Fell’.
‘Peter Parker’ is an embodiment of Mei River’s self-deemed ‘semi-sweet nostalgic’ sound. The track explores issues with alcohol and other substances as well as mental health, all packaged up in an up-beat, contemporary pop track.
‘Peter Parker’ follows Frederik Eriksson aka Mei River, debut ‘Her’, which was released last month. Although Eriksson has produced for a number of other artists, this is his first solo project and first time using his own voice as an instrument to communicate his message – exploring relatable themes of feeling lost, alone and unsure about navigating the complex waters of early adulthood. Although lyrically Eriksson isn’t afraid to delve into heavy themes, Mei River’s sound remains uniquely euphoric, with incorporated elements of funk and exotica, ensuring the hotly-tipped artist is sure to set himself apart from his contemporaries.
Listen to ‘Peter Parker’ HERE
Eriksson’s debut EP ‘Tall Trees That Never Fell’ out this May via Columbia/Sony Music Germany.
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