Remember Kim Cesarion?
He’s the promising Swedish singer-songwriter responsible for supplying us with “Undressed” all the way back in 2013, which sounded something like a cross between Craig David and Bruno Mars serving up some polished Swede-Pop.
Well, finally, after almost three years of silence, Kim is back with a brand new offering: “Therapy” – written by Kim himself, along with Linnea Deb, Joy Deb, Anton Hård af Segerstad and Trey Campbell – is a similarly buoyant slice of synth-pop with hints of R&B that masterfully shows off his smooth infectious vocals. “I think I need your therapy/ Just lay your hands all over me/ Come on and set my body free/ I think I need your therapy, your therapy,” Kim croons along the chorus. It’s a luscious throbber loaded with melodies on top of melodies, something that feels like a natrual progression from his 2014 debut. Welcome back, sir!