King of Little Sweden is a Scandipop collective. Not too long ago, they released a lovely electro-pop tune, entitled, “Rollercoaster.” The song’s original version, recorded in a cabin on top of the snowy mountains of Verbier in Switzerland, was written as a collective collaboration after returning from a skiing session together.
King of Little Sweden – “Rollercoaster” single
“Do me like you do, I can do some things with you. And the tension feels alright. And your love that holds me tight. Be the one to turn on the lights. Please hold my body, hold me closer. I can do it right away ‘cause you are pretty. Feeling so good and I suppose that all the shivers will go when we go for a ride in the dark.” – lyrics
‘Rollercoaster’ is about love and its unpredictable mixture of uncertainty and happiness when riding up and down the crazy hills of romance. The likable tune contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of HNNY, Modern Culture, and KIIRA. Also, “Rollercoaster” possesses synth and keyboard-laden instrumentation flavored with an electro-pop vibration. Furthermore, the song follows on the heels of King of Little Sweden’s previously released single, entitled, “Dave Is Online.”
“Waiting by the phone, why don’t you call me over? All I wanna do is take a ride along with you.”
“This one is about the ups and downs of falling in love. Mr. Love and Mr. Hallberg (two of the band’s members) were losing it a bit with girls at that time. They were turning their lives into emotional rollercoasters!” – King of Little Sweden explained
King of Little Sweden consists of a very artistic family and their friends. They started recording music together in the spring of 2014. The collective evokes an intersection between the cozy vocals of ELIO and electronic influences from Swedish acts like Romano.
The project was born in a studio with a reclusive mystique located 1675 meters above the sea, owned by Sven du Gay (their producer, manager, and uncle). In Sven’s own words, his niece Julia (vocals), and nephew Love (songwriting), spent many evenings singing and jamming together with the whole family Jonsson around the piano. Their call to record in Verbier in 2014 was just a very natural invitation to keep up with their musical gatherings. Along came Love’s friends, Johan and Ludvig, to complete the ensemble. The latest addition to the group is Jacob Hallberg (keyboards, new musical ideas).
King of Little Sweden
King of Little Sweden’s ability to transform songs into milk and honey for your ears earned them first place on P3 Osignat’s 2016 top list, a contest where unsigned artists are voted by radio listeners in Sweden. Also, their combination of urban life and the solitary heights of the Swiss mountains has given rise to interesting collaborations, such as the mastering work at Abbey Road. In the summer of 2017, King of Little Sweden signed with Rexius Records. Since then, they have continued to master their dance-friendly sound.
“Want to feel your skin. Makes me feel so good within.”
We recommend adding King of Little Sweden’s “Rollercoaster” single to your favorite electro-pop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).