Angel In The Night by BassHunter

Angel In The Night

Song Information

"Angel in the Night" is the third single released in the United Kingdom from Swedish dance musician Basshunter, taken from his debut UK album, Now You're Gone - The Album. The single was released on 29 September 2008. The song was first premiered on Friday Floor Fillers which is part of The Scott Mills Show on BBC Radio 1 on 22 August 2008. On 17 September 2008, the song was upgraded to BBC Radio 1's A-List. The video for "Angel in the Night" follows on from the previous music video, "All I Ever Wanted" . Aylar Lie is now working in a cafe and breaks up with her boyfriend, Lucas, sending a text message explaining that she knows he's been cheating. Basshunter is eating at the cafe and hands Aylar a leaflet, inviting her to the street race he's taking part in. Show video tutorial!

About the Artist

Jonas Erik Altberg (born 22 December 1984), better known by the pseudonym Basshunter, is a Swedish producer and singer-songwriter, best known for his number one hits "Boten Anna" and "Now You're Gone". Basshunter has so far released a total of five albums, two of which have been released in the United Kingdom, and a total of 14 singles. Recently, his latest U.K. single, "Saturday," was released in July 2010, and he also competed in hit reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother in January 2010. His song "Sverige" was also used as Sj lunden's International Day song in 2008. He is working on a sixth studio album to be released in 2011. Jonas Altberg was born in Halmstad, Sweden, and lived with his parents and younger brother near Tyl sand. He began producing music under the stage name "Basshunter" in 2002, using Fruity Loops, and released his first albums, The Old Shit (2002) and The Bassmachine (2004), through his own web site. After that he started working as a DJ. In April 2006, he signed with Warner Music, releasing his first single, "Boten Anna".
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