Per says he feels “quite tired right now”
STOCKHOLM - A sold out Ullevi; 120,000 copies sold of "Finn Fem Fel" in 23 days; 412,000 sold tickets to see Gyllene Tider this summer. But success also has a negative side. "My head feels really tired right now," said Per Gessle to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
Per confesses that it's really tiring to write, record an album, go on tour.. and then start the process again. "I don't think I will do this again," he said to reporter Ronnie Sandahl. "It is simply too stressful to get involved in such big projects every year," explained Per. "It was possible to release an album every year and be constantly on tour, but now this doesn't work anymore."
The pressure for Gyllene Tider's tour is really big as Ullevi is sold out, Stockholm's stadium will be full twice and 412,000 tickets have already been sold. But the shows won't be cancelled as Per explains that even if he is very tired right now, he feels a great energy "because it's very fun to play with Gyllene Tider."
Per plans to go on a vacation after the tour and doesn't think he will get involved in anything else in the near future. "It will take some time till the next project. I have to find time to start to write songs again. I have to give myself time to gather new strength so that what I do has substance," he said.
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June 27th, 2004
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