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Hugo Andersson releases new popsong, ‘Happy Ever After’

Hugo Andersson released his seventh song “Happy Ever After” on Spotify and Apple Music in collaboration with Corite.

Photo by Jonathan Bellini

Artist and songwriter Hugo Andersson released his seventh song “Happy Ever After” on Spotify and Apple Music in collaboration with Corite. “Happy Ever After” is a modern popsong that sums up how a modern hit should sound like in 2022.

“Happy Ever After” is about a broken relationship and that specific moment one realizes that it isn’t going to work out anymore. “The happiness you see in the movies doesn’t apply to everyone, and that the movies manuscript wasn’t written for real life,” says Andersson about his new song.

The song is written by Hugo Andersson in collaboration with Erich Eli and Niko Lindhé at Musikmakarna. Andersson’s career started strong and the curve for his streams is rising. After two years at the songwriting school Musikmakarna located in Örnsköldsvik, Andersson released several singles that has gotten hundreds of thousands of streams.

Andersson is 22 years old and since a year back based in Stockholm where he writes songs for himself and other artists, and hold concerts. This year Hugo has his mind set on a year with many releases. Hugo grew up in Borås closo to Gothenburg, having music in his heart and his home made music studio in the basement.

“I walked the classic and educational road with starting up band in school, shitty reharsal venues, touring small venues in diffirent cities. All of that eventually led to me being given the oppurtunity to be the opening for Gavin James at Pustervik 2019, says Andersson.

Andersson added: “My huge interest in music eventually had me change Borås for Stockholm, but I’m very grateful to have been growing up in a Swedish small town, as I had the opportunity to create and learn in a safe environment.”


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