Carolina Norén has interviewed Peter on Swedish radio. The interview is in Swedish.
As part of the interview, “What If Tomorrow Never Comes” makes its debut.
You can listen to the interview on Sverige Radio’s P4 website. The song appears at the 24 minute mark.
Peter has created a playlist on Spotify containing his original recorded versions of the songs performed in his show “Med hjärtat som insats”.
The songs on the playlist are:
- Under My Skin
- This Song of Mine
- Ingen skyldighet
- Jag såg mig redan där
- Balladen om det angenärna
- Han är med mig nu
- Mellan en far och en son
- Jag har dig nu
- Glömskans tåg
- Under morgonljuset
- Stoppa mig
- Everybody Hurts
- I’m Gonna Do It
- The Mask
- Shape of You
- Stockholm i natt
- I Feel Good and I’m Worth It
Some points to note from the show. This is based on my memory of the show so please forgive any mistakes.
- “Addicted” is not the first song in the show, just the latest addition to the playlist. The rest of the playlist appears to more or less follow the order of the songs in the show.
- “Higher” and “Under My Skin” are in the pre-show and not the main show. They were performed by members of the ensemble.
- “Stockholm i natt” is the final song in the show. “I Feel Good and I’m Worth It” is an encore.
- Another five songs from Peter’s forthcoming album were also in the show but are currently not in the playlist since they have not been released yet. “What If Tomorrow Never Comes”, “Rushing Into Love”, “I Want To Know”, “Dancing” and “Believer”.
Peter has released a third single from his new album. The song is called “Addicted” and is available digitally. The song is also featured in Peter’s current show at Cirkus.
Again, the song has been written by Peter, Tobias Fröberg, Kathryn Williams and Tobias Karlsson. It was produced by Tobias Karlsson. The gospel-sounding backing vocals were supplied by the vocal trio Resound from Atlanta, USA.
Peter has said that the song is a tribute to life and its trials. It’s about being vulnerable, honest and being able to reconcile yourself. Embracing your own story and its power.
Peter’s album “Humanology” is released in three weeks.