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27 April 2021
NEWS // My True Love Is The Darkness

Zero Music Magazine

Teaser for the article on Zero’s Facebook page: “Josefin Berger from Gothenburg, who in the autumn fascinated Zero with her Tolkien-inspired electronic “fantasy pop”, has released and new single. ☀

This time Josefin offers a beautiful and thought-provoking song about when love turns into an addiction. Enya and Kate Bush vibes in combination with lines of text in Elvish make us highly recommend you to check out ‘My True Love Is The Darkness'”.

Full article (in Swedish)

 

13 December 2020
NEWS // Vargsången

Göteborg Direkt

An interview with me in Göteborg Direkt. I talk about my life, my connection to music, theater and fantasy. There are a couple of small misunderstandings in the article. For example, what I said about my London stay was that I never went to any theater auditions there, and not that my artist dreams was crushed.

Full article (in Swedish)

 

18 November 2020
EPISODE 71 // Go Kiss an Orc (Chapter 2) [Remix]

FILKCAST

🎧 In this FilkCast Eric plays the new single Go Kiss an Orc (Chapter 2) [Remix]. FilkCast is a podcast from the US with beautiful & fun Filk Music (fantasy & science fiction inspired music) by Eric Coleman, who have included several of my songs by now. 🎶👑⚔️

Apart from making podcasts Eric also create filk music in his band Chesire Moon.

FilkCast Episode 71

 

2 November 2020
NEWS //  Go Kiss an Orc (Chapter 2) [Remix]

Zero Music Magazine

“Josefin Berger offers eighties-inspired synth loops, modern production and vibes of Kate Bush in the song. As well as one of the most creative insult phrases in the history of pop music: ‘Go Kiss An Orc’. Too interesting to miss!” (Teaser for the article on Zero’s Facebook page.)

Full article (in Swedish)

Tolkieninspirerad elektronisk “fantasypop” från Josefin Berger

 

11 September 2020
VIDEO OF THE DAY //  Go Kiss an Orc – Chapter 1

KRYPTON RADIO

“The blend of musical genres, a tongue-in-cheek treatment of high fantasy, and the Berger’s clear, liquid-smooth yet crystal-sharp voice come together to create something that even the most battle-hardened orc would have fun dancing to”.

Full article