In April he kick-started his Better Days tour of Europe, with multiple sold-out dates. So what better way for Benjamin Ingrosso to bring in the summer than with the long-awaited release of his new single Better Days. Sweden’s Greatest Showman first started performing the song at his live shows last year, with the feel-good tune becoming an instant hit amongst his audience of fans. The retro-hued track sees Benjamin lean into his ABBA-laden musical heritage, and it’s already sounding like it’ll be a future classic amongst his own rich repertoire.

Norwegian duo Seeb have teamed up with Nashville-based producer Petey Martin for a brand-new banger, Someone’s Gonna Love Ya. Featuring Norwegian artist Alida on vocals (and songwriting duties), it’s a bittersweet bop about saying a fond farewell to a lover. Dripping in Nordic melancholy, it’s got that special something that the Scandi lands love to pepper their dance music with.

Swedish/Australian sister duo Say Lou Lou are out with a hot new tune. Dust is instantly one of the best songs they’ve released in years – pristinely polished indie-pop that simultaneously exudes great warmth and icy cool. With an intro reminiscent of Madonna’s Mirwais era, the song soon morphs into chic disco-funk with a dramatic Scandipop melody. The single has been released as part of a 5-song Dust, Pt 1 EP.

Back in January, she sent us swirling into Oblivion with the comeback that we’d been wanting from her. Now Norwegian pop talent Margaret Berger is back with another brand-new single, Karma Is A. On it, she serves up a captivating Nordic soundscape, with background beats that are reminiscent of her fellow Norwegian electro icons Röyksopp. This new single, combined with its predecessor Oblivion, and the promise of more new music on its way – well, it’s the Margaret Berger era we’ve all been crying out for for years now. Get into it!


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