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“Ethereal” (Billboard) electronic producer Ben Böhmer releases his sophomore album Begin Again via Anjunadeep, along with single “Home” ft. folk duo JONAH. Böhmer recently won Best Live [Streamed] Act Award at the AIMs in what has been arguably the most competitive year for live streamed performances, beating out artists including Arlo Parks and beabadoobee. This year, Ben has also been named Spotify’s #1 fastest growing electronic artist with over 60 million streams. Vogue UA called Ben “the new star of the world electronic scene” while he has garnered support from the likes of Pete Tong at BBC Radio 1 and Anna Lunoe at DanceXL Radio on Apple Music 1. The album release follows singles “Beyond Beliefs,” “Escalate” ft. JONAH, “Erase” ft. lau.ra and “A Matter of Time.” On “Home,” Böhmer says it’s about “having a deep connection to the one you love the most, your soulmate. No matter where in the world you are, they still feel close to you through an unwavering bond. Nothing could ever change that.”
Böhmer recently announced his European album tour, selling out a string of shows within 24 hours and adding a second show in his hometown of Berlin to go with flagship shows at the iconic Roundhouse London and Melkweg Amsterdam. He has also partnered with Amazon Music for a special livestream broadcast from the prestigious König Galerie in Berlin on 9/26. Featuring all new live production designed by the team behind James Blake and Tale Of live shows, the set will be broadcast via Böhmer’s YouTube channel.
Begin Again was inspired and written while Böhmer and his wife were separated on opposite sides of the globe for nine months due to the global travel ban. The album sees him perfectly portray the longing and uncertainty he and many of experienced during this time.