Ludwig inaugurated his 2020 Spring Tour with a sold-out show at classic Stockholm venue, Nalen - and had it not been for the COVID-19 crisis, he would have sold-out many more venues across the country. He also performed on TV4’s Nyhetsmorgon, the most popular morning show in Sweden.
”Get-in-the-car-and-drive-rock” is how the artist describes his own work, but it is so much more than that. The stunning arrangements, with soaring guitars, synths, and a grand cinematic atmosphere, are reminiscent of the 80’s Jackson Browne and Fleetwood Mac.
Singer Michaela Holmberg, the constant duet partner to Ludwig, strives for an inner sense of sincerity in her expression, with a raw and romantic voice akin to Stevie Nicks.
Ludwig Hart can also be compared to contemporary American indie bands, but with a distinct melodic immediacy - and an incredible voice - all of which we think will carry him towards a wide and all embracing global audience. It would be as if The War On Drugs had idolized Don Henley instead of Bob Dylan.
Meanwhile, fans are glad to hear that the next album is already beginning to take shape.