[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”] Kasbo has shared the visual for his new track ‘Bleed It Out’ on All Things Go. The song also features NEA who is best known for writing the hit song “Lush Life” for Zara Larsson which has streamed over 627 million times and sold platinum in the UK. She’s also collaborated with artists and producers Axwell, TinieTempah, Snakehips, MNEK, Icona Pop and Jasmine Thompson..
Gothenburg based producer Kasbo (Carl Garsbo) released ‘Bleed It Out’ on October 24th via Foreign Family Collective/Counter Records. When talking about the track Kasbo says,
“This song like one of my other released tunes ‘World Away’ is mainly inspired by my backpacking trip through China and Vietnam. Travelling around this place that has a complete different culture and way of life gave me a very uneasy feeling but was also very intriguing, and going there with your friends it was just a whole mess of emotions.
. Familiarity, clashing with fear in a complete foreign environment. There are so many new impressions during such a short time, things going on everywhere, a lot of the places we visited were extremely chaotic while at the same time very alluring. It was something that at first stemmed some kind of anxiety within me but something I grew to love, was kind of a beautiful chaos.”
Leading up to this release, the 21-year old Swede has earned over 50 million streams on his music over the past two years alone with press support from Billboard, Stereogum, THUMP, Stoney Roads, and more. He has previously supported Glass Animals on a run of North American dates and is wrapping up supporting ODESZA on November 20th in Philadelphia. Kasbo will also be sharing the stage with San Holo in New York next week.
“There’s no slowing Kasbo. The young Swedish artist has blown us away time and time again. This time is no different.”
– This Song Is Sick
“On his new single, ‘Bleed It Out,’ Kasbo finds a vocalist capable of capturing the emotionality of his music with thrilling results.”
– The 405
“‘Bleed it Out’ sounds like a much-loved house tune that has been given a radical reworking, resulting in the perfect song for you to end your night to.”