Tuesday , October 20 2020

Single Review: Staffan Lincoln – “Know You”

Staffan Lincoln – or the group of Swedish Kebab (I couldn’t figure out) – creates “Know You,” which is a good mix of blues, electronic, jazz and soul music. Staffan’s vocals dominate in creating the mood for the song. The instruments, including a piano, a guitar and a synthesizer, blend to create the melody. You can almost picture Staffan and the band playing in a jazz club playing “Know You.” The song is very intimate with lyrics like “know what makes you laugh and what makes you bleed.”


“After writing this song, it took me a while to start recording it, because it made me feel naked and I needed to put some distance between what I was feeling and what the words in the song said.” – Staffan Lincoln

This song is a free download from Swedish Kebab. There are a few other songs available for free including: “Pure Powder”, “Touch of 6581” and “Be There For You.”

About Tan The Man

Tan The Man writes mostly about film and music. He has previously covered events like Noise Pop, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, South By Southwest, TBD Festival, and Wizard World Comic Con.

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