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Review: "Finally Fine Without You" - Boy In Space

Swedish pop artist Boy In Space just released his track, "Finally Fine Without You." The anthemic, commercial pop breakup song chronicles his experience moving on from someone. The honest look at the aftermath of a relationship ending gets candid as Boy in Space sings about trying to move on and still wishing the best for the person that he once dated. After setbacks with surgeries, ADHD challenges, and physical struggles, Boy In Space views these new tracks as a relaunch and self-improvement in both his musical and personal journeys. Make sure to add "Finally Fine Without You" to your next playlist.

"Finally Fine Without You" starts off slower as Boy In Space's vocals shine, opening up with the lines, "I didn't know that you were an actress / I would have taken all your classes." As the track progresses, it builds into an exciting synth-filled chorus as he sings, "I was going insane, you were going to college / Whatever it takes, that was the promise." Sometimes, you can make plans for the future of a relationship, but it just doesn't work out. Boy In Space brings vulnerability and authenticity into his music, as he admits how it has been difficult to move on from his former partner, but still wishes them the best going forward. It's a bittersweet sentiment about moving on and finding peace in the absence of a person that you loved.

Robin Lundbäck, known professionally as Boy In Space, transitioned from international success in a musical group with his brothers to a solo career in 2018. His distinctive style has earned him over half a billion streams and 1 million monthly listeners just on Spotify. He has also collaborated with the likes of Alan Walker, Rod Wave, The Struts, Phoebe Ryan, and many more artists. If you enjoyed "Finally Fine Without You," make sure to check out the rest of Boy In Space's discography and keep up with all the latest information on him and his music by following the social media links below.

Written By Sydney Gray



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