ABBA manager’s son co-wrote PictureHouse song Hello

PictureHouse have launched the video to their new single, “Hello”, today.

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Click on picture to go to the video on Muzu

Cleverly shot in a Dublin street, in one take by director Enda O’Looney, “Hello” is the first release from the band on Cherry Red Records.

Hello was co-written with Lasse Anderson in Dublin, recorded by Adam Kviman (who’s other credits include “Save Tonight” by Eagle Eye Cherry) in Sweden, and remixed in March by long time collaborator Pete Glenister in London.

Following the success of the single “rules of science” which was playlisted on BBC Radio 2, RTE Radio 1 and dozens of other stations including stations in Cyprus, Romania, Latvia and Indonesia and which garnered support from the likes of Irish rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll, the band signed with Cherry Red Records and the Evolution album will be released on July 28th.

Here’s a live performance of the song

For more information see PictureHouse.ie

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ABBA manager’s son co-wrote PictureHouse song Hello

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