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Published on November 1st, 2018 | by Guest Contributor


Violet Days – Made in My Head

Alternative pop artist Violet Days poured an immense amount of emotion and heart into her new EP, Made In My Head.

Made In My Head is a collection of seven-tracks, inspired by a Swedish comic book from the 60’s. It tells a story of two characters who are in love and the ups and downs of their relationship. With the help of a friend, Violet Days re-made and re-animated the characters in their own unique way to help tell the story throughout the album.
The EP includes Violet Days’ most recent single release, “Leave But Don’t Go“. You can watch the lyric video here.
Additionally, Violet Days is set to play the We Found New Music Showcase
at Madame Siam in Los Angeles on November 13.
Stream Made In My Head on Spotify here.
Vocalist Lina Hansson defines her sound as synthpop style – a whimsical sound found at the point where electronic production meets pop music; Lina writes all of the music with her creative partner, producer Kris Eriksson.
Violet Days’ early releases have racked up millions of plays on Spotify, with their first single, “Your Girl,” hitting over 13 million streams on that platform alone. Their official songwriting and production credits include collabs with Phoebe Ryan, Shaun Frank and The Chainsmokers, whose hit song “Paris” Kris co-wrote.
“‘Made In My Head’ is a robust rainbow of sounds that guides today’s alternative pop movement into fresh artistic territory.”
– Earmilk
“Not unlike her compatriots Tove Lo, Miike Snow and Zara Larsson, Violet Days has carved out her space in moody electro pop. There must be something in the water in Sweden”
“Their bright and ambitious musical style has drawn the attention of The Chainsmokers, of which they coincided writing on the track, “Paris.” We only anticipate that with such infectious sound, Violet Days will continue gaining traction with a fun synthpop style.”– Ones To Watch
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