Swedish sensation Augustine is riding high on the success of his enchanting second album, 'Youth And Why It Ends,' and he's not slowing down. Fresh off the album's warm reception, Augustine treats fans to a visually stunning experience with the release of the music video for the track 'For The Moment.' Watch the captivating video [HERE](video link).
In addition to this visual feast, Augustine is gearing up to take his spellbinding performances on the road with a series of tour dates across Europe. Get ready to immerse yourself in Augustine's musical universe at the following venues:
- Fri 05-Apr: Berlin, Germany - Berghain Kantine
- Sat 06-Apr: Hamburg, Germany - Häkken
- Sun 07-Apr: Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
- Mon 08-Apr: Paris, France - Supersonic
- Tue 09-Apr: London, UK - Hootananny
Experience the full spectrum of Augustine's artistry by diving into "Youth And Why It Ends" [HERE](album link).
Augustine's nostalgic indie pop has catapulted him from sold-out shows in Scandinavia and Europe to prestigious festival stages, including Way Out West and SXSW in Austin, Texas. His music has not only resonated with fans but has also garnered attention from industry heavyweights such as Billboard, Rolling Stone Magazine, KCRW radio, and influential music blogs like EARMILK and Ones To Watch. Let's not forget the two Grammy nominations he received for his debut album, "Weeks Above The Earth."
With an exhilarating momentum propelling him forward and a hungry audience in tow, Augustine's "Youth And Why It Ends" explores the bittersweet theme of youth slipping away and the impending weight of responsible adult life.
"This album is about youth being over and how painful it is, haha. Suddenly, there's so much responsibility, and I can't really blame anything on youthful recklessness anymore. Everything weighs a bit heavier with each passing year, and I'm probably right in the middle of some kind of transition. Does anyone ever fully become an adult, and if so, when?" reflects Augustine.
Musically, Augustine, along with companion Rassmus Björnson, embraced new challenges on the sophomore album. Expect grand string arrangements, California lo-fi guitars, and a more retrospective sound that adds depth to Augustine's already captivating repertoire. As he takes his introspective journey to stages across Europe, fans can anticipate an immersive experience that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional indie pop.