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Peter Sandberg x Henry Green ‘Pinetrees’ : A love that is final. A love that will never bend with time or dimension.

'Pinetrees'

“The track came to life as I began thinking about the separation you have with someone close to you: in my case, it was the relationship I shared with my elderly Grandfather, who was a huge influence in my life as I grew up,” said Peter Sandberg. “The main piano motif reminds me of him, and where he lives in the northern part of Sweden, where the landscape is covered in pine forests. Henry’s lyrics are so universal and ‘Pinetrees’ can mean anything to anyone, whether it’s about love for your romantic partner, of a specific place, or even a family member.”

More than life. More than just existence. It’s a treasure of living in a decadent and confusing world. Within the words and hymns of ‘Pinetrees’, Peter and Henry’s exhibition of trust and love, shimmers with adoration and assertive love.

A love that is pin-point. A love that is final. A love that will never bend with time or dimension.

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