THE GLORIOUS SEVEN
Alternative rock band Takida was formed 20 years ago in the central Swedish community of Ånge, home to 10,000 people. With their mainstream rock radio fodder, the band first won over their home country and soon all of Scandinavia. Now the five musicians set out to win over the rest of Europe with their catchy numbers. This is sometimes going quite well: after the pre-released number "Master" was already played up and down by relevant stations, the new album "Sju" (Seven) has catapulted the band into the Top 30 of the German charts
Sju is the Swedish word for the number seven. It is also the name of the seventh album by alternative rockers Takida, which was released in June 2019 and brought the band international fame like never before. In their homeland, Takida have been quite a hot property for quite some time. Shortly after forming in 1999, the band recorded their first demos and landed their first record deal - thanks in part to outstanding live performances. It took a while until the debut album was released, but with the release of "Make You Breathe" (2006) and the single "Losing" the rock fans in the 3-crown country were completely on their side. After the release of the second studio album "Bury The Lies" (2007) and the single ballad "Curly Sue" all of Scandinavia fell for the fine melodies of the quintet. The rest, as they say, is history. Robert Pettersson, Tomas Wallin, Mattias Larsson, Chris Rehn and Kristoffer Söderström are the brilliant minds behind the band that has now established itself as one of Scandinavia's biggest rock acts. Finally, 2018 marked the beginning of a new chapter in Takida's career as the musicians teamed up with record label BMG to release the single "Master." The collaboration led to the band's biggest internationalrecognition to date, with numerous sold-out shows and a fan base - especially in German-speaking countries - growing very quickly. After a very intense time in the studio and on European stages, Takida are now more prepared than ever to celebrate the success with the current album "Sju" in the luggage on the occasion of the "Master Tour 2019" extensively.
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