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Fresh Swedish Sounds: Music Video Round-Up

Our Swedish musical favorites have once again been spoiling us with so much great new music. Since many of them also have put a great effort into adding visuals to their tunes, we decided to put together another round-up of recent Swedish music videos you definitely should not miss. 

So crank up the volume, enter full-screen mode and enjoy the videos!

 

Miriam Bryant: Du med dig

One of our biggest Swedish faves has been pulling crowds to Stockholm restaurant Strandvägen 1 whole April during her 20 gig residency. She has also given us the first taster of her new Swedish-language songs in Du med dig, which also just got a video. Look out for more music and gigs later in the year, including Gröna Lund on the 27th September.

Jasmine Kara: Call Back

Our lovely Miss Jas has a new 60s doo-wop inspired tune out, and there’s a fun video to go along with it. Call Back will also be released in Farsi and Spanish later on, in the same way as her previous release Smile.

The Magnettes: Kim n Kanye

Pajala’s coolest sad girls The Magnettes recently put out their latest pop banger Kim n Kanye together with Young Ash, who cranks it up with the rap verses. This is a group you can’t miss seeing live if you ever get the chance.

Maxida Märak: Hatar

Maxida’s usual rap energy and strong beats are taken down a notch this time to smoother r’n’b style rhythms in this fine tune. She is of course as convincing in her singing as she is with the rapping. The song has got a video filmed at the beautiful Stockholm concert venue Nalen.


Bishat: ctrl+m

Independent Stockholm artist Bishat made an impression with her debut EP Q417 (Mixtape) last year, and she is now following it up with new music. The melodious song ctrl+m brings the focus to her vocals and the video she has put together for it is just plain stylish and filled with beautiful people.

SVEA: Die For You

SVEA‘s debut EP This Is has been on top of our playlists during the early parts of this year. Make sure to check out her perfect pop tunes as she is destined for big things. The lead single from the EP, Die For You, also got the visual treatment with a stylish video.

LÉON: You and I

LÉON  released her fabulous debut album in March to follow up on her equally fantastic debut EP Treasure that came already in 2015. This time she’s doing it on her own record label in cooperation with BMG. Her recent sold-out Stockholm show was an uplifting experience and now she’s out touring the world.

AMWIN: Dua Lipa

AMWIN just came out with her debut EP AMWIN in Wonderland, including fab songs like Living Mistake and Delorean. The lead single Dua Lipa gets a video treatment with fancy dresses and sand dunes.

Nadia Nair: Sway

Nadia Nair continues making honest and heartfelt music with plenty of emotion in her strong vocal. Her latest offering Sway has received a dark and hauntingly beautiful video that goes perfectly hand in hand with the tune.


ViVii: Love Love Love

Swedish dream-pop trio ViVii have been making waves among the music blogosphere for quite some time now and their self-titled debut album was released in March. Here’s the hauntingly beautiful and dreamy single Love Love Love, which is getting visualised with a nicely edited montage of nostalgic Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire clips.

Isa Molin: Scared Holding on to You

Isa Molin got plenty of attention as a songwriter in Melodifestivalen for Lisa Ajax‘s entry Torn, the only song in the competition with just one songwriter. Isa promptly followed it up by releasing her own song Scared Holding on to You  – an emotion-packed melodious anthem of a song written together with Robin Stjernberg. And yes, there is also a great video to go along with it.


About Nina Uddin

Nina Uddin
Nina is a freelance translator and writer, who also takes her photography pretty seriously. Popular music in all its forms is her biggest passion and she knows what's going on in the Stockholm (and Swedish) music scene.

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