Pop trio The Magnettes come from Pajala, a sleepy town home to just 2000 residents ten hours from the hit-making hub of Stockholm that’s above the Arctic Circle and where the sun doesn’t rise during winter. We chat to the girls about all things Swedish renegade pop!
2018 saw The Magnettes perform headline shows worldwide across Europe, North-America and Asia and they also opened up for Ke$ha. They also played on the equivalent to the Grammy award in Asia, Golden Melody Awards and walked on the red carpet in front of 5,1 billion viewers.
They’ve released four critically acclaimed singles – ‘Bones’, ‘Killers in a Ghost Town’, ‘Hollywood’ and ‘Sad Girls Club’, which received support from Spotify and key bloggers including Perez Hilton as well as their debut album ‘Ugly Youth’. Their single ‘Young and Wild’ was the 10th most played song on Swedish radio.