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LGBTQ Music Chart – Week 27 – 2022

Another week with LGBTQ Music Chart and our readers has voted and this is the best playlist for Week 27 2022.

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Isak Danielson gilds «King Of a Tragedy» with two extra tracks
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Gay MusicIsak Danielson gilds «King Of a Tragedy» with two extra tracks

Isak Danielson's fourth album, «King Of a Tragedy», was released in April this year. The eleven-track album is now complemented by two more songs - fine-tuned «Better Days» and a live version of «Naturally».

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During the spring, Isak met his audience in several countries when he performed in Paris (France), London (UK), Berlin (Germany), Oslo (Norway) and Stockholm (Sweden). The first single from the album, the magnificent «Good Things Come To Those Who Wait» has been on Sveriges Radio P4‘s playlist for four months and we have seen him perform it on TV.

Isak Danielson‘s «Let Somebody Go» became newcomer of the week for week number 16 and entered the chart as #5 on LGBTQ Music Chart. «Let Somebody Go» has this week, spent 4 weeks as #1 on the LGBTQ Music Chart. 

So now two more tracks are added to the album. Isak talks about the first, «Better Days», which is written and produced together with Martin Stilling (Léon, Veronica Maggio, Winona Oak and others):

«’Better Days’ I wrote when the album was actually finished, but it felt like the perfect end to the story and the record. It was a very therapeutic song to write, about moving on and letting go of someone who is not good for one – something I think many can relate to. I hope it can help someone as much as it helped me».

On «King Of a Tragedy» Deluxe Version, we also find a live version of «Naturally», recorded during a gig in London, UK, in April.

Here you can see Isak Danielson live this summer:

June 17 – West Pride, Gothenburg
June 18 – Kulturfest, Kungsbacka
July 2 – Hermans Lada, Dalum
July 19 – Kackelstugan, Borgholm
1 Aug – «Lotta at Liseberg» (TV4 Sweden)
26 Aug – Eksjö, Eksjö City Festival

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