Swedish rapidly-rising pop star Clara Mae (real name Clara Hagman) has returned to the supreme Big Big Records to release her third original track the year, “Unmiss You.” The self-penned single pairs silky vocals and an upbeat instrumental crafting for a new heartbreak anthem of 2019.
Hailing from her historic hometown of Gävle, Sweden, Hagman spent years studying jazz vocals and piano before ever garnering the attention of millions as she does now. Her rise to stardom began after she worked with producers such as David Guetta and Tiësto early on in her career. Now signed under one of the largest labels in the world, Hagman has become a name stay to dance charts globally.
Her latest single, “Unmiss You” is certain to become a dance playlist staple. She wrote it alongside some of the industry’s leading songwriters such as Lineea Sodahl, Cassandra Ströberg, and David Bjork, and the track tells the relatable tale of the bitterness of wanting to forget your ex-lover.
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“‘Unmiss You’ is about wanting to erase all memories that you have with someone, even the beautiful ones, just to make the hurting stop,” Hagman explained. “You wish you never met or fell for that person and never shared all those amazing moments – it would be so much easier.”
2019 has kept Hagman busy. She's played support on multiple tours as well as collaborating with Swedish artist JUNG on “Let Him Go.” With over 90 million streams backing her, fans can expect to see Hagman continue to establish herself as one of the most sought-after singers and songwriters in contemporary pop.