Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Robert Pettersson feat. Helena Josefsson - My Own Worst Enemy

Sweden gets loud movie premiere of Jan Guillou's adaptation of the novel "I nationens intresse" with Mikael Persbrandt in a leading role this week. Soundtrack of the movie was delivered by not less than Takida's front man Robert Pettersson and Helena Josefsson who you absolutely should know by collaborations with Arash and Per Gessle.
"My Own Worst Enemy" is almost classic Takida-sounding track, it's dramatic, powerful, melodic and rocky without getting too underground (Takida-guys are professionals in compromises with mainstream sound that easily builds bridges between their new relesaes and radio stations). Helena's solo-part is not that big but singing with Robert she makes a proper softening of the track with her gender high vocal.

Lyssna: Musikguiden i P3: My Own Worst Enemy - Robert Pettersson-Helena Josefsson

3 коммент.:

Anonymous said...

Its a great song! But Takida has nothing to do with it! The song is originally from a swedish artist called Tristan.

Anonymous said...

Great track! Very dark. I googled it and it turns out that indierocker Tristan has written the song. It's very cinematic.

Damian said...

Thanx so much for information. I should check other Tristan's stuff.