Alice Boman has shared a new track, ‘Feels Like A Dream’, featuring Perfume Genius

The track is the third to come from forthcoming album 'The Space Between'.
Photo credit: Johan Olofsson

Alice Boman has shared a new track, ‘Feels Like A Dream’, featuring Perfume Genius.

The track is the third to come from forthcoming album ‘The Space Between’, following on from the already revealed ‘Maybe’ and ‘Night And Day’.

Speaking about the track, Boman explains: “In the past I’ve written a lot of songs about disappointments, heartbreaks and the longing for love. Being in love – I thought it would be so hard to write songs about that. Not wanting to sound too cheesy. But love can be cheesy. And this song is about how it sometimes feels like a dream to be with that someone. Especially when you’ve been wondering if you’d ever find love.”

“Me and Mike have been writing to each other on Instagram here and there. Once we talked about maybe doing a cover of a mutual favourite song – Fleetwood Mac’s “Storms”,” Boman says of working with Perfume Genius. “When I talked to Mike about doing something together for the album I was working on, and sent him a few demos, he chose “Feels Like A Dream”. I think it works beautifully as a duet – us representing and singing from the two sides of a relationship.”

“I have listened to Perfume Genius for a long time and love his voice and sound and I’m thrilled that he wanted to be a part of this.”

Perfume Genius adds: “I have been listening to Alice for a long time and her music has been a particular comfort to me over the last couple of years. There is sadness and longing in her songs but always in tandem with a singular warmth and generosity.”

‘Feels Like A Dream’ comes alongside a self-directed video, which you can check out below. ‘The Space Between’ is set for release on 21st October via Play It Again Sam.

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