Tuesday, December 7, 2010
In a year after release of Amanda Jenssen's second successful Top-3 album "Happyland" and Top-3 single spending all this year in Swedish most respectable radio-chart Svensktoppen we get a new video for the next single "Borderline" that's going to be released in Germany as interest to Amanda is growing in this country. "Borderline" is another nice pop-jazz track in recognizable Amanda style with proper video in a retro grotesque animation style.
Being very productive artist and in constant songwriting process Amanda is already performing some new stuff, so visitors of her concerts have already listened completely new songs "Dry My Soul" and "My 22nd blues" so there's possibility that not so much time left before next Amanda's album.
Radio P3 recently recorded and presented Miss Jenssen's concert in Stockholm club Debaser where she performed some old singles ("Amarula tree", "For The Sun"), new songs ("Happyland", "Borderline", "Autopilot", "Morninglight") and another not released song "Someday life will go away" so you can already enjoy this nice 30-minutes set on P3 site yourself.