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A Swedish band always breaking new ground by exploring new sounds to mix with their patented brand of indie folk.

Starting out some ten years ago in their hometown of Malmö, Sweden, Crying Day Care Choir has been a steady force to be reckoned with. In 2017 the band signed with Warner Music and have been touring all over Europe since the release of their smash hit second album Wilting Rooting, Blooming (2018) which saw streams in the 20 million, CDCC later got a Swedish Platinum for single Bigger Heart.

Their music is often heard in TV productions in Sweden and they have regular airplay in countries all over the world along with press coverage in major outlets in the UK, Italy and Sweden alike.

From their studio where they write and record for both themselves and other big names of the Swedish pop scene, they’re now running their own label ELZ Productions after spending 6 years on Warner Music where they released 2 albums and 2 EPs surmounting over 45 million streams.

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After a successful summer tour, this year that saw them at festivals like Sziget Festival (HU), Malmöfestivalen(SWE) and Be Alternative (IT) CDCC’s next project is “Give me something” with which they want to explore the relationship between art and music and challenge the idea of how music can be created. The album acts as a continuation of Damien Hirst’s project The Currency and CDCC have permission from Hirst to use his art for the cover.

The band is usually on tour either in Sweden or around Europe when not spending time writing songs in Sicily.


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