A huge talent in his homeland, Norway's Thomas Dybdahl is a star in waiting.possessor of a unique and expressive voice together with a multitude of awards, Dybdahl is set to relinquish his 'undiscovered gem' tag with a new album entitled 'What's left Is Forever' out in September.
As the exquisite voice of one of Norway's most acclaimed artists, Dybdahl has already scored several Number One albums all achieving multi-platinum status, Norwegian Grammy awards as well as an ever increasing international following. Dybdahl's distinctive voice has already gained him huge praise in the UK with the NME declaring him as "Norway's answer to Nick Drake" and Q Magazine calling him "one of the most talented singer-songwriters".
Having gained a growing worldwide reputation for his expressive and bewitching songs of love and loss, he began work with legendary Grammy Award winning producer and musician Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell) on new album 'What's Left is Forever'. As Klein himself says of the recording in LA and Norway; "I can't remember ever being more excited about an album than I am about the release of this one.it made me a different person".
'But We Did' is the first track to be taken from that body of work and looks set to propel Dybdahl to greater acclaim both in Norway and the UK adding to his plethora of accolades. 'But We Did' is a spine tingling haunting track that's described by the New York Times as having 'the delicate suspense of a drawn breath' and is sure to introduce Dybdahl to a new legion of fans.
There's no doubt it's time to sit up and listen to one of the most captivating voices you will ever hear.
Available 24th June, 'But We Did' is lifted from the album 'What's Left Is Forever' through Strange Cargo/Virgin Records, as an instant grat on iTunes with album pre-order. The album is released September 16th 2013 and available on vinyl, CD and digitally through all reputable outlets.