[song] Melby – Music Should Feel

Today sees the release of “Music Should Feel” by Stockholm quartet Melby. It is a truly beautiful and measured indie pop piece, in the center of which shine delicate vocals of Matilda Wiezell, and the whole melody is marvelously decorated with some saxophone and sonorous xylophone.

Wiezell herself says about the song: “’Music Should Feel’ is a song about love, missing someone, and processing those feelings. Acceptance, a tribute to past experiences, and the hope for new good ones. The song came together over quite a long period, was forgotten for a while, and then was brought back to life, and got its chorus, after a lot of rehearsal and attempts at making a demo”

The single serves as the first taste of Looks like a map, an upcoming LP by the group, set for release on October 21 through Rama Lama Records.

Stream below and pre-order the album here.

[live] Rama Lama Records to live stream label night


If you’re looking for a way how to make your isolated evening at home a bit better, Rama Lama Records have got you covered.

In collaboration with Swedish music magazine SAVANT they are presenting Melby and Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes livestream from a Stockholm studio, which is set to happen tomorrow (April 7) at 8PM CEST on Facebook, Youtube & Twitch.

Find all the information on Facebook and consider supporting the label and musicians by purchasing some awesome merch.

Revisit Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes’s debut record Sweetie here, and listen to Melby’s recent single “Things I Do When I’m Alone” below.