“The duo’s forthcoming album ‘Everybody’s Heart Is Broken Now’ is shaping up to be one of the year’s most exciting releases” Popjustice
- Step Down
- Everybody (feat. Azealia Banks)
- Love Me Badder
- Not Ready
- Love Me Long (feat. Major Lazer & Gyptian)
- Hit And Run
- Thing Called Life
- Where Is Home (feat. Twin Shadow)
- One More (feat. MØ)
- Player Run
- Spoon Me (feat. Skrillex)
- Living Life Golden
We are very excited that Niki & The Dove are releasing their second album ‘Everybody’s Heart Is Broken Now’ ont the 8th of April!
1. So Much It Hurts
2: You Stole My Heart Away
3. You Want The Sun
4. Play It On My Radio
5. Scar For Love
6. Lost UB
7. Coconut Kiss
8. Brand New
9. Miami Beach
10. Pretty Babies
11. Everybody Wants To Be You
12. Shark City (Tropico X)
13. Ode To Dance Floor
You can pre-order the album on CDON: http://po.st/NikiPreOrderCDON
We are very proud to announce that Zara Larsson won the ‘Song of the Year’ award for ‘Lush Life’ at P3 Guld!
Lush Life was written during a songwriting camp at the TEN studio by our amazing songwriters.
Zara also performed ‘Never Forget You’ with MNEK during the awards show which was broadcasted at SVT1.
Elliphant released her new single ‘Step Down’ that was produced by Joe Little. This single gives a taste of Elliphant’s first international album, ‘Living Life Golden’, is due on March 25 (you can pre-order it here)
We are very proud to announce that we have 4 nominations at the Grammis 2016
– Zara Larsson is nominated as ‘Årets Artist’ (Artist of the Year)
– Icona Pop ‘Emergency‘ and Zara Larsson ‘Lush Life‘ are nominated as ‘Årets Låt’ (Song of the Year)
– Elliphant ‘Club Now Skunk’ directed by Johan Holm is nominated as ‘Årets Musikvideo’ (Music Video of the Year)
Big congratulations to our artists, and to the songwriters/producers involved!
We are very proud to announce that Broderick Batts released his first song with us!
Pigeons and Planes said: ” ‘Wavey’ builds on buoyant production courtesy of Elliphant collaborator Tommy Tysper, matching a beat that’s simultaneously propulsive and mellow with Batts’ lusty musings. “Wavey” feels like a fitting continuation of Batts’ 2001 Odyssey EP, a slicker and more ambitious evolution of the sounds and ideas he explored on his debut work that also showcases his improving range as a vocalist.”