Video Thursday

December 10, 2015 at 8:15 pm


Mind – “Song of Circles”

The band Mind, hailing from Malmö, have made their debut with this cool song and video, “Song of Circles”. Ola Salo and Jens Andersson have produced the song and the video was directed by Lena Shkoda in Kiev, Ukraine.

Mind on Facebook


Postiljonen – “The Open Road”

I believe many are looking forward to Postiljonen’s second album, “Reverie”. It’s scheduled to be released on the 19th of February next year, and here they are with another taste from the album.

Postiljonen on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Solblomma – “Bridgemaster”

Solblomma has stepped out of the electro pop for a moment with this sweet piano ballad, where the bridgemaster gets some company in his solitude.

Solblomma’s site – on Facebook – on Spotify – on Apple Music


Maria Hazell – “Golden Boy”

Maria Hazell made her debut last year with the single “Say It Like You Mean It”, a song that has been spun more one and a half million times on Spotify and also gave her a nomination as “Rookie Artist of the Year” on The Dennis Pop Awards. Recently she released the single “Golden Boy” along with this video.

Maria Hazell on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Navelin – “Daydream”

Navelin has taken the song “Daydream from their new EP “Side One” and supplied it with an animated music video. The video was created by Michael Zauner, who earlier has worked with artists like Arctic Monkeys and Tame Impala among others.

Navelins site – on Facebook – on Spotify – on Apple Music


The Honey Ants – “Lies”

The London duo Honey Ants has released the single “Lies” with an accompanying music video. It’s a great video with a story to their Americana-vibing song, taken from their debut EP “EP1”.

The Honey Ants on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Bird – “Thrill Me”

Bird has released the album “Figments of Our Imagination”, an album produced by the Rolling Stones producer Chris Kimsey and where Bird plays all the instruments on the album. “Thrill Me” is one of the songs from the record that has been accompanied by a music video, a song with a nice tension in a lo-fi-sounding verse which bursts open in a sweet pop chorus.

Bird on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music


Nomad – “Fakka Me Mej”

The rapper Nomad, hailing from Lund is underway with his debut EP and has released the single “Fakka Me Mej” as a first taste. It’s an ambitious video which almost feels like an action movie trailer, an outburst from a song with a style he calls punk trap.

Nomad on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

Postiljonen – “Wait”

June 1, 2015 at 6:48 pm


Postiljonen are back with the new single “Wait”, a wonderful, summer-vibing song, which reminds of warm sea breezes and green flower meadows.

Postiljonen’s site – on Facebookon Spotify

Postiljonen – “How Will I Know/All That We Had Is Lost”

November 12, 2012 at 10:30 pm


Postiljonen is back with a new song, here with the dreamy and romantic “How Will I Know/All That We Had Is Lost”, a song where they in a wonderful way have sewn Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know” into their song. Here below also as a video, signed Ty Olsson.

Postiljonen on Facebookon Soundcloud

How Will I Know/All That We Had Is Lost


November 29, 2011 at 12:36 pm


Postiljonen was formed by the two Swedes Joel Nyström Holm and Daniel Sjörs and the Norwegian Mia Bøe. They found each other as late as in August this year, which is quite remarkable as they have already created a style and a feeling in the music that sounds characteristic.

When I asked them about the band name (Postiljonen: the postillion, the mail-coach driver) they told me:

A feeling came over all of us when we were backpacking in the nordic mountains. Freedom, skies, Winter, Spring, fairy-tales, thunder, vast mountains, hazard games, humanity, love, memories, dreams, happiness, sorrow and escape.
We want to be messengers.

And I can clearly imagine that the music was inspired by this tour up in the northern wide landscapes. The music feels grand, dreamy, warm and a little like laying in the grass studying the clouds passing by slowly up in the sky, in a pause from the hectic daily life. Just close your eyes and let yourself be enshrouded by the soft blankets of sound and beautiful interwoven melodies and I’m sure you’ll find your own associations.

You can listen to more songs on their Soundcloud page and you can find the band on their blog or on Facebook.

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