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Zara Larsson – VENUS (2024) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Zara Larsson – VENUS (2024)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 39:18 minutes | 479 MB | Genre: Pop
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Sommer House – Epic

Venus is the fourth studio album by Swedish singer Zara Larsson. It is scheduled to be released internationally on 9 February 2024 by Sommer House and Epic. It was preceded by the singles “Can’t Tame Her”, “End of Time”, “On My Love” with David Guetta, and “You Love Who You Love”.

To promote the album, Larsson will embark on the Venus Tour, which is scheduled to begin on 16 February 2024 in Manchester, United Kingdom and will conclude on 26 July in Oulu, Finland.

Over a decade into her career as one of Sweden’s biggest pop exports, Zara Larsson expands her scope to include more shimmering dance-pop and neon-synth sheen on her third studio set, Venus. Along with the refreshed sound is a newfound artistic freedom: it’s the first album released on her own Sommer House label. That liberated spirit – the titular inner goddess of the title – courses through Venus, which balances the usual pop-R&B style of her earlier work with rhythmic mainstream bops and some subtle emotional sweep. The playful singalong “You Love Who You Love” and the epic, string-backed “End Of Time,” builds atop a persistent throb and soaring vocals, channeling the addictive, sing-song style of Ava Max. Meanwhile, lead single “Can’t Tame Her” careens down the midnight freeway of an ’80s action flick, resurrecting that decade’s full-throttle synth anthem energy. The sleek “None Of These Guys” drips with attitude and a cold, pulsing beat, while David Guetta lends his festival-sized house production to “On My Love,” a reunion with the superstar DJ that sounds like Rihanna’s turn-of-the-decade ravers. Larsson stretches her usual range with the bittersweet piano ballad “Soundtrack” – which references Radiohead, Joni Mitchell, and “Hallelujah” as she reflects on a past love – and the aptly-titled “The Healing,” another delicate piano-based dose of vulnerability. Everything comes together on the triumphant title track, which merges the synth-bop energy of the album’s big radio-friendly singles and the emotional depth of “Soundtrack” to maximum effect, opening Larsson’s eyes to a new world full of love and possibility. Personal but still very fun, Venus is a bold but totally sensical evolution in sound that avoids a third LP of the same old songs and pushes Larsson’s sonic style into the future. – Neil Z. Yeung

Tracklist:
1-1. Zara Larsson – Can’t Tame Her (03:16)
1-2. Zara Larsson – More Than This Was (03:13)
1-3. Zara Larsson – On My Love (03:42)
1-4. Zara Larsson – Ammunition (03:42)
1-5. Zara Larsson – None Of These Guys (02:42)
1-6. Zara Larsson – You Love Who You Love (03:05)
1-7. Zara Larsson – End Of Time (03:29)
1-8. Zara Larsson – Nothing (02:47)
1-9. Zara Larsson – Escape (03:14)
1-10. Zara Larsson – Soundtrack (03:23)
1-11. Zara Larsson – Venus (03:27)
1-12. Zara Larsson – The Healing (03:10)

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