Sweden’s blonde rock bombshell Mia Klose is back with a vengeance. Her new album, ‘Stronger’ is out now, marking her triumphant return to music after a two-year hiatus. Mia’s sound and songwriting has matured, but is filled with hooks and 80s rock flavours. But that’s where the 80s ends – this is truly music for the 21st century.
Mia Klose has established a strong fan-base through regular gigging, along with 15,000 followers across social media platforms. Before her break from music, you might have seen Mia at the inaugural HRH festival several times, along with the prestigious Sweden Rock festival and the UK’s largest metal festival, Bloodstock. Mia also joined Steel Panther as a special guest during their sold out tours of the U.K and Germany, and later made her Download Festival debut on the Jagermeister stage. She has also been the support for acclaimed rockers Reckless Love and Sebastian Bach.
After some time away from music, Mia is now ready to release her new album, Stronger. The album was written and recorded in London together with Mia’s smoking-hot touring band, which consists of four rock masters: C-Rexx (bass), Jonny Nonsense (guitar), Kalle Arheden (guitar) and Henry Rogers (drums). Guitarist Jonny Scaramanga, who now plays for Europe’s Kee Marcello, was previously a member of the band and has also contributed to the songwriting.
The mixing and mastering of Mia’s new album ‘Stronger’ was done by Tony Wilson, the founder of the Friday Rock Show on BBC 1 and Total Rock radio. Martin Sweet, guitarist of Crashdiet, also mixed one of the songs on the album.