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iamamiwhoami releases ‘Changes’ from her forthcoming new album

iamamiwhoami releases ‘Changes’ from her forthcoming new album

iamamiwhoami be here soon
iamamiwhoami be here soon
iamamiwhoamiBe Here Soon. Photo: John Standh

Taken from her forthcoming new album, iamamiwhoami (Jonna Lee and Claes Björklund) release ‘Changes.’ Filmed by longtime collaborator, cinematographer John Strandh, this new installment from the audiovisual project hints at great things to come from her forthcoming album, Be Here Soon (pre-order here).

‘Changes’ revisits moments that sparked my musical curiosity as a kid, growing up in the desolate Nordic countryside, in an environment where practicing music was a luxury. Reviewing the moments and memories that made me the artist that I am today, through a time when music was an isolated escape.

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On the forthcoming album, ionnalee explains:

‘Be Here Soon’ is a story about meeting memories with new eyes while creating the present. It’s about the complexity of becoming a mother as a working artist through the making of this album.

About the psychological, emotional and physical changes this means, and the choice to be open with these changes through my work process of making this audiovisual in relation to myself, my collaborators and our audience. It’s also about living with OCD and reevaluating my work/process and the level of sanity of it all while struggling with motivation in the current music industry climate.

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Have a listen to her previously released single from Be Here Soon, ‘Canyon,’ on Rain.

‘Be Here Soon’ Tracklisting:
Don’t Wait For Me
Canyon (feat. Lars Winnerbäck)
Zeven
i Tenacious
Changes
Flying or Falling
A Thousand Years
Thunder Lightning
Call My Name
Walking On Air

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