Following the release of Finnish pop punk supremo ALMA’s debut album Have U Seen Her?, she has released a 3-track Have U Seen Her? Acoustic EP, which features a brand-new acoustic version of Bad News Baby, out now on RCA Records/Sony Music.

The EP features previous singles and album tracks LA Money, Stay All Night and Bad News Baby, all re-worked to become stripped back acoustic versions and released individually as singles to form the 3-track EP, which is out now. Each track has been accompanied by a video and the final track to launch is Bad News Baby, which is available to stream and watch now.

ALMA recently performed a special and first of its kind live show of her debut album ‘Have U Seen Her?’ in her own dreamworld, inspired by growing up in Helsinki and created entirely from her own imagination. She was joined by special guest Tove Lo for the track they share on the album Worst Behaviour.

As well as being completely arresting on stage, Alma is a unique and talented writer and one which is leading the charge on a new wave of female powerhouses that have something to say through their music. Engaged, forward thinking and opinionated, she addresses issues from women’s rights to body positivity to sexuality to depression, drug use and anxiety head on.

Her debut record Have U Seen Her? was executively produced by Justin Tranter (Justin Bieber, Julia Michaels, Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani) and went to #1 in her native Finland when it was released last month. From out and out pop anthems such as Worst Behaviour (feat. Tove Lo) and EP track Bad News Baby to avant-garde emotive driven tracks such as Final Fantasy and My Girl, with refreshingly thought-provoking and honest lyrics throughout, the album is a welcome explosion on the senses.

Stream and download the ‘Have U Seen Her?’ acoustic EP here.

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