Rising Swedish artist Elliphant premiered a new track, 'Boom Your Head Up', at the Grammis last night. The impossible-to-categorise Ellinor Olovsdotter performed the aggressive, swaggering track at the Swedes' equivalent of the American ceremony and was accompanied by a choreographed display of riot shield wielding dancers. The emergence of the song comes almost straight after the release of her single 'Live Till I Die' which was also released yesterday, and 'Down on Life' which had a December release. Watch her performance above.
For the past week, we've been getting to know the labels taking part in the Label Mates II Festival at the Shacklewell Arms.
He pours one out for his native Toronto.
'Grace' features dreamy guitars that float effortlessly over a hypnotic shuffle.
Sweden's latest export leans towards the dreamlike side of the pop realm.
The track is the lead single from her new album Taiga.
She Keeps Bees have unveiled another song from their forthcoming album Eight Houses, 'Radiance'.
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