Being in love. Perhaps the most beautiful feeling in the world - but also one that sets us up for a lot of pain. When we're in love, everything looks different, we glide through life on a high. Kendra Egerbladh knows the nuances and pitfalls of these emotions, and writes lyrics about them. Which she then transforms into wonderfully sensitive bedroom productions under the name of waterbaby. Hushed tones, gently strummed acoustic guitars, an organic production - these songs always sound as if they are being composed in an armchair, by a good friend, after an intimate talk about one’s own innermost life. The young singer-songwriter from Stockholm knows how to appear graceful and yet approachable, but also reveals her ambitions with her debut EP on Sub Pop. “Foam” is contemporary R&B and alt-pop in immaculate symbiosis, inspiring the desire to love as much as to be loved.