Mimi Oh is BACK with a new single. After giving Sweden (and a fair few international pop observers) a good idea of what she was all about in Melodifestivalen 2012 with ‘Det Går För Långsamt’, she returns with the marvellously titled ‘Festen Som Vi Hatar Imorrn’ (The Party That We’ll Hate Tomorrow).
It’s another neon coloured clash of the 80’s with modern day disco. It’s got a little bit more of a sparkle and a punch to it than ‘Det Går För Långsamt’ though, probably having more in common with her previous single, (the also brilliantly titled) ‘Säkerhetsnål’. It’s got a big sing-a-long chorus, an infectious post-chorus chant, and a thoroughly joyful final minute which goes some way towards reminding you that when you think about it – yes – pop really is the best kind of music there is.
The song is composed by Anton Hård Af Segerstad, Niclas Lundin, Bobby Ljungren, and Mimi Oh herself.
Mimi is letting us stream a preview of the track ahead of its release next week, so that Scandipop readers can get an idea of what it’s like. We’ve gone for the chorus and post-chorus section – the best bit![audio:https://www.scandipop.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Festen-Som-Vi-Hatar-Imorrn-2.mp3|titles=Festen Som Vi Hatar Imorrn 2]
‘Festen Som Vi Hatar Imorrn’ is released in Sweden on May 16th, through Lionheart Records.
MiiiiiMiiiiiiiii…………we want an album please. When you’re ready!