“You know when a car passes in London and you hear some really nice beat playing from the open car window, that’s the vibe I was going for with ‘Radion lovar regn’”, says Name the Pet referring to the first song on the album. The song’s UK garage inspired beat is combined with warm strings and Name the Pet’s soothing voice, singing us a melody that almost sounds like a Swedish lullaby.
The new album is written and produced by Name the Pet and co-produced by fellow female producer Linn Fijal from legendary studio Riksmixningsverket.
Name the Pet’s story started in 2009 when, at the age of 22, she was signed by EMI and put in songwriting sessions with male producers to create her debut album. The album was released in the same year and was very well received. However, Name the Pet was already sick of the male dominated industry and said goodbye to her record label only two years later. She was determined to gain control of her own creativity and knew that music production was her key to freedom. The follow up album ‘Future/Now ’ that she returned with in 2014 was written, produced and released by herself. Since then Name the Pet has been part of the emerging scene of female producers in Stockholm.