12" maroon vinyl LP (includes download code). Azure Blue's sophomore album Beyond The Dreams There's Infinite Doubt follows critical acclaim for the singles "The Road I Know", "Willows And Pines" and upcoming single, "Sunset". Azure Blue has toured extensively on the back of the success of his debut LP, across Europe in 2012 and taking in a live North America debut at NYC Popfest in June 2013. Azure Blue is the solo project of Tobias Isaksson, and has grown into the hearts of music lovers around the world, with his debut album Rule Of Thirds, and a promotional tour of 10 countries. His debut received extensive critical praise, as well as winning a Swedish independent grammy award, Manifest, (previous winners include The Knife, Jens Lekman and El Perro Del Mar) for the best pop album in 2012. Tobias has been called "a Swedish Alan McGee" in Sweden's biggest music mag Sonic, "Sweden's gentle new wave king" in The Fader and "the Cicero of Swedish independent pop" by Swedish trendy bloggers. Endorsements from other artists include Erlend Oye (Kings Of Convenience), The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart (who invited Azure Blue on tour across Europe late 2012), The Sound Of Arrows (who had Azure Blue as special guest live), The Drums, Simian Ghost, Postiljonen and Faye amongst others. Tobias Isaksson is a well known pop figure, having taken his initial success in Scandinavia with Irene and Laurel Music (both Labrador Records) worldwide. He is also a renowned DJ in Sweden with merits abroad such as David Lynch's Silencio in Paris and Bi Nuu during Berlin Music Week. Most of all, Azure Blue is the music of a romantic searcher, struggling to remain a modern gentleman in the ever changing world of culture. Like a contemporary Jerry Lee Lewis, you will find traces of Tobias's blood, sweat and tears on almost every stage and DJ deck in Sweden, Europe and beyond - always with a joke and a contagious laughter at hand.