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MY STORY

In 2012 Kristian Kaspersen released his solo debut single Queer At Heart, a song about alienation and the arbitrary limits that we put up between us... but above all about unity and pride. The song together with the artists androgynous style and queer themes gained a lot of attention in the Swedish LGBTQ-media and was also chosen as the official SpringPride-song in 2013.

The debut album The Last Temptation of Kristian Kaspersen (2013) was a production of deeply personal lyrics and a sound-span between delicate melancholy and cocky pop with singles like Gone Gone Gone and Ghost.. After the album release Kristian got to tour around Sweden showcasing his strength as a live performer. 

The Big Black Hole EP (2015) carried a slightly different sound for Kristian inspired by contemporary club music and 90’s synth pop. But Kristian also showed another side to his audience as he began with the acoustic concerts: "Songs for the Queer at Heart" 2016- 2017 where he shared his own music in an intimate way but also gave new meaning to cover songs Iike Take Me To Church and Summertime Sadness. 


 

With successful singles such as “One Little Thing” and “Love Like I've Never Been Hurt” in his library, Kristian Kaspersen released his second full length album “2nd Time Around" in May 2022. The setting for several of the tracks is the pulsating city nightlife with beer drenched dancefloors and after parties one regrets attending.

For the 10th anniversary of his debut single Queer at Heart a new version by top producer SoundFactory was released December 2022. The single has been on rotation on several European radiostations during 2023.



Kristian Kaspersen is a Swedish/Norwegian singer and songwriter living in Stockholm. He has, apart from his own music-making, previously been involved in a number of different musical collaborations (Bonny & Kay, The Ciccones) and appeared on songs from SoundFactory, The Moped and Hungry Hearts.  Kristian has also worked as a musical artist in productions like RENT and Dö Klubbdöden (Disco Bloodbath)

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