Lydmor and Bon Homme - Seven Dreams of Fire ALBUM

If you are thinking about a seducing combination of coolness and tenderness, of sweet and salty, of passionate dancing rhythms and melancholy, then we have the perfect solution for you: Lydmor & Bon Homme with their new album “Seven Dreams of Fire”.

The exciting mix between Lydmor alias Jenny Rossander and Bon Homme alias Tomas Høffding feels like a long awaited relief for all those who were looking for a danceable version of bittersweet pop noir songs and for all who are as much into drama and darkness as the two Danish musicians. But darkness and drama doesn’t mean calm and quiet songs in this case, but a fulminant album that will simply drag you to the dancefloor.

With their album “Seven Dreams of Fire” Lydmor and Bon Homme will go from your ears right into your feet and make you dance on the dancefloors of your favourite clubs and in Europe’s concert halls for the next weeks and months, I am sure. And maybe even when alone in your flat – trust me, it can happen. No matter if they catch you with pop-melodies like in “Missed out on Disco” or typical dance tunes like in “Dream of Fire” or if you are rather into the more quiet songs like “Flash” or “Rain” – better be prepared that Lydmor and Bon Homme will stick in your head with their album and you will want to hear it again and again!

And for all of you who not only want to listen to this exciting new album at home or on your headphones there are good news, if you live in or close to Germany: Lydmor & Bon Homme will be touring there in January and will fascinate us with their live power! Better be prepared and don’t forget your dancing shoes!

Listen to “Seven Dreams of Fire” on Spotifybuy the digital version via iTunes, or find it on any other music service of your choice HERE.

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