"the Artist's first album in English,"
"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"Dramaturgy may seem predictable – all the Swedish artists should sometime sing in Swedish and then be ”more personal than ever.” This is also what Jenny Wilson says if the disc is Trauma, which will be released on april 12. It is a sibling to last year's the Exorcist, where Wilson told me about a rape that she is subjected to. And here she is, admittedly, more personal than ever. The album is a coherent depiction of the rape, both of the actual course of events and of the lives that come after."
"Wilson has always focused on himself in the music, but in questions like, ”Was the power you felt?”, where she is directly addressed to the offender, is the angry confrontation more immediate and striking than in the past. In the course of Events describe she of the rape in detail. The guy on the rejvet that would keep her company home in order that she should not go by yourself."
"Trauma has been recorded with the Norrköping symphony orchestra and conductor Hans Ek, Wilson became aware of after seeing him interpret the Band in the berwald hall. So moving the music from the hard to the mysterious, to something that almost resembles the psalms."
"It is unusual that the audio and text complement each other so well, and reflects how Wilson can both be a self-pitying victim, and at the same time someone turns on the power by writing about their trauma. ”You will never ever forget me”, she sings. A meaning that becomes more breathtaking the more you think about it."