Those Melodifestivalen stars just keep releasing amazing new music. There are six new tracks from Melfest stars Robin Bengtsson, Danny Saucedo, Panetoz, Lisa Ajax, Molly Pettersson Hammar and Boris René, ensuring your summer will be full of fresh Swedish pop.
Lisa Ajax – “Give Me That”
After performing her new single “Give Me That” at the #WIWIJAM, Idol winner and Melfest it girl Lisa Ajax returns with the video. She’s all about being strong, and delivers boxing ring chic – though this is the first time we’ve seen a pie in the face used in boxing training.
Panetoz – “Om”
Panetoz aren’t letting the party stop. Following their energetic “Håll om mig hårt” at Melfest, they bring the similarly upbeat “Om”. It has rapped verses and a big singalong chorus, just perfect for dancing to this summer. Panetoz recently released a self-made video for their Melfest song, featuring Swedish children dancing in the streets.
Robin Bengtsson – “Stevie Wonder”
After giving a surprise performance at #WIWIJAM, Robin Bengtsson returns with the very saucy “Stevie Wonder”. Robin is in a seductive mood and promises, “Like a Stevie Wonder, baby I can funk ya all night long”. And that’s not all he wants to do. Oh, Mr Bengtsson!
Boris René – “Mon amour”
Following his break-out Melfest entry “Put Your Love On Me”, Boris Rene returns with “Mon amour”. It keeps the same R&B style as his Melfest hit, but slows things down a little and sees a more romantic side of Boris. Because man does not live by football alone.
Molly Pettersson Hammar – “Liberate”
She was Malta’s secret weapon in Stockholm, and Molly Pettersson Hammar returns with her new single “Liberate”. The song is a big, happy celebration of leaving a lousy relationship. It mixes a big gospel sound with modern electronic sounds, and Molly absolutely nails the pop-soul vocal.
The Fooo Conspiracy con Danny Saucedo “My Girl” (Euro Latino version)
Danny Saucedo returns to his boyband roots and brings some Latino flavour with his guest vocals on the Fooo Conspiracy’s Spanish version of their earlier single “My Girl”. Danny — whose mom is Bolivian — nails the Spanish lyrics, and delivers a cool style far removed from the jaunty pop of Danny’s old group EMD. “My Girl” brings a sultry feeling of hot nights and summer love, rounded out by cool electronic beats.