Showing posts from September, 2019

New release - Heaven - Anna Book

So happy to finally share with you our latest release "Heaven" with Anna Book that is out on Spotify, Itunes and a lyric video on Youtube!  We hope you want to check it out and share with all your friends! 💖👄  Spotify: Apple music: Since early spring this year we have started a great cooperation with Anna, the big Melodifestivalen star and icon and we are very happy for the opportunity and that we've reached our first goal to do this release together! 👏 The song "Heaven" is written by Anna herself and Ari Lehtonen and was released in another version with Dr Alban in the 90's and became a popular hit. Now she wanted to publish a remix and we started working on a new arrangment and production, recorded Anna's vocals in our studio and did new backing vocals. Together with Dimitri Stassos we finalized the production and mix and released through our publishing company Twi

East India 3 year's celebration

Autumn has arrived in Sweden for sure and what is better than to treat yourself with some great Indian tastes and good company? East India restaurant at Östermalm in Stockholm celebrated 3 years and we were invited to a great event with excellent, spicy food and entertainment by Johan CarlĂ©n this Sunday. We really recommend trying out the cousine if you enjoy Indian food. Outside the building Music entertainment  Andreas (partner to Ylva) joined us as company tonight Do you want to work with us and our music? Check out offers here: 👉 👉 👉 We are looking for young Swedish singers age 8-20 this autumn who wants to do a studio recording of a cover song and also singers for a Christmas show. Please get in touch! 👉 👉

Trasdockan 2019 against child abuse

Every year "Trasdockans dag" is arranged as a manifestation to raise a voice for children being exposed to abuse and violence by ATSUB (Amanda Kullenberg) together with Erwik Communciation.  We had the honour to take part for two years with our child choir Rising Star and this year at Volvo Studio in KungstrĂ€dgĂ„rden, Stockholm was no exception. Last year we wrote the official song "Fearless" for Trasdockan and now we performed the Swedish song "Olika men lika" that is about how to stay true to yourself no matter who you are or where you are from and it's important for us to spread a message for charity to help the exposed. The theme this year was gold and yellow so we wore some bling bling dresses and bright colours to light up the evening at this fantastic place with alot of wonderful people doing speeches, performing music, lauging yoga and activities for both young and old. We had the pleasure of taking press photos with Rising Star and