Their first new music in 6 years – Swedish outfit NONONO have taken us all by surprise and returned with a comeback song, Our Time Is Now. After bursting onto the scene in 2013 with Pumpin Blood (which has racked up over 100 million streams to date on Spotify alone), the trio enjoyed hits aplenty up until their break in 2018. Now they’re back – and they haven’t lost any of that quirky sonic charm that made so many of us fall for them first time around. And as back then – this new single sounds like nothing else around at the moment.

Danish artist Christopher had a pretty awesome 2023, starring in the Netflix film A Beautiful Life and providing the tunes for its soundtrack too. Now, since that incredible career highlight, he’s back with a brand-new single of his own – ONE. The anthemic song already sounds like a potential Danish radio smash in the making, but wisely, also caters well to the hordes of new fans that will have found him through his music on A Beautiful Life.

This summer she’ll release a new EP of songs called Where Flowers Grow, but ahead of that, Swedish artist ORKID is out with her latest single. The similarly floral themed Bed Of Roses lives up to its title – it’s a strikingly beautiful piece that catches your attention right away. With a rich production and a decadently disassociated delivery of the vocal, ORKID’s Bed Of Roses is something to lie back and luxuriate to.

Sweden’s Benjamin Ingrosso has teamed up with German producer Purple Disco Machine, Jamaican artist Shenseea and all-time icon of music Nile Rogers in a fabulous new collab. Honey Boy is the sweet fruit of all their labour, released as a single in May. It’s dreamy disco-pop with a chorus that bears repeating (and so they do repeat it, a lot!). Fans of Benjamin’s music will be pleased to learn that it’s essentially the more grown up follow-up to what remains one of the best songs of his career to date – Don’t Leave Me Hanging. He’s at his best when he’s leaning into the utterly funked-up side of his songwriting.


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