Engineered by Zach Anderson, of the American/Swedish band Blues Pills, Jesper Lindell’s enticing debut album “Everyday Dreams” is a clever mixture of rock, folk, blues and soul, performed by a 26 year old musician in love with classic pop, Stax-Volt R&B, and that old time rock & roll.
Hailing from a small town near Stockholm in Sweden, and gifted with an amazing soulful voice, guitarist/pianist/songwriter Jesper Lindell delivers an intimate album that could have been recorded in the late sixties.
This is modern classic rock music, and hearts full of soul will fall in love.
A record full of warm sentiments and soulful vocals. It’s Lindell’s blue-eyed soul voice that takes centre stage and carries the album from start to finish, equally at home on the uptempo numbers as it is on the album’s softer, more intimate tracks. – HARMONIC DISTORTION
A welcome breath of fresh air from a young man still only in his twenties. You won’t be disappointed! – SUPERFLY FUNK AND SOUL CLUB
A groovy nugget of throwback soulful rock and roll. Lindell showcases a voice that is completely original and well-suited to lead a band. – GLIDE MAGAZINE
Soulful and amazing. – PERFORMER MAGAZINE
Mixing an authentic-sounding and very convincing blend of Sixties-styled Soul and R’n’B with hints of Blues and Country along the way, you could easily be mistaken into thinking that this must come from the heartlands of classic Americana, Nashville or New Orleans perhaps ? In fact, Jesper is only 26 years old and hails from Sweden, proving once and for all that great music comes from the soul and not from a geographical location. – FEAR & LOATHING