Albin Lee Meldau releases liberating “Forget About Us” from upcoming album


Whether he is singing in English or in Swedish, Albin Lee Meldau is making strong connections through his music.  His songs have been streamed over 200 million times, with two singles being recognized as “Record of the Week” on BBC Radio 2 and Swedish single “Josefin” going double platinum.  Albin has also performed sold out shows around the world, and will be embarking on a sold-out arena tour in Sweden this spring.  Before the tour, however, Albin is giving us his new single “Forget About Us” from his upcoming album, which will arrive later this year.

His first English release in three years, “Forget About Us” gets into the notion of putting love aside, even if it hurts the other person.  Over comforting guitar and strings, Albin describes moments when he knew things were off in a relationship, saying that this person started showing up late or would not hang around backstage – things that were just out of character.  He tried to keep his composure, but in the end, he had to do what was best.  Warmly, he sings, “You mean the world to me / That’s why I have to leave / And forget about us,” the triumphant production letting us know this was the right decision.  You can check it out below.

Co-written and produced by Jonathan Quarmby, who has worked with the likes of Lewis Capaldi and James Arthur, “Forget About Us” makes for a stunning addition to his Albin’s English repertoire.  Details of his upcoming album are still TBA, but we can tell from this single that the album will be worth the wait.  Until then, you can listen to “Forget About Us” on platforms like SoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple Music.

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Christine Sloman
Christine Sloman
Writer for Melodic Mag since 2018. Music lover since always.

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