Benjamin Ingrosso Debuts Album ‘Identification’!

This morning (28 September) saw the release of Benjamin Ingrosso’s official debut album ‘Identification’. The album, consisting of 12 tracks was made available to fans on streaming service Spotify and in hard copy today. It features the already popular single ‘I Wouldn’t Know’ and his Eurovision 2018 song ‘Dance You Off’.

The album is themed around the idea of identity and Benjamin finding his voice and style as an artist. This plays out in the promotional material and album cover which resembles the letters and number coding found on a passport.

Benjamin has already been heavily teasing the album’s tracks in the lead up to the release, posting short snippets of a number of songs in the past few days to his social media accounts. One track that hasn’t been included on the album is his joint venture with fellow-Melfest chum Felix Sandman ‘Tror du att han bryr sig’.

Benjamin impressed at Eurovision 2018 when his song ‘Dance You Off’ finished 7th, continuing Sweden’s streak of top ten finishes. He also is currently nominated in six categories at next week’s Eurovision NI Awards including Best Male, Best Staging, Best Video and Best Song.

The full track listing is below and you can stream now on Spotify.

‘Identification’ Track Listing

  1. Behave
  2. I Wouldn’t Know
  3. I’ll Be Fine Somehow
  4. So Good So Fine When You’re Messing With My Mind
  5. Spotlights
  6. No Sleep
  7. Love Songs
  8. Good Intentions
  9. All I See Is You
  10. If This Bed Could Talk
  11. Dance You Off
  12. Happiness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYdR6EUqSXw

Have you listened to the album yet? Do you have a favourite song?

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