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1. Postiljonen - Atlantis

Postiljonen - Atlantis

Postiljonen is a dream pop trio deriving from Scandinavia. The band emerged quietly back in September 2011 and is composed of Norwegian vocalist Mia Bøe alongside Swedish multi-instrumentalists Daniel Sjörs and Joel Nyström Holm. After releasing a handful of online only singles in their native Scandinavia (including the heartbreaking interpretation of Whitney Houston’s classic ‘How Will I Know’, renamed here to ‘All That We Had Is Lost’) the trio have managed to create a highly characteristic sound, where ethereal and alluring vocals are interwoven in a mystical, ambient, dreamy and lovable expression. They have been compared to the likes of M83, Air France, Sigur Ros, jj and Cocteau Twins. Taking inspiration from old black and white movies, the golden 80s, Balearic scenery, sleepless summer nights and describe themselves as nostalgic daydreamers, all of which mirrors beautifully within Skyer’s ten songs. Featuring singles ‘Supreme’ and Atlantis’, Skyer is summery pop music at its best; made for lazy days and dreamy nights. Skyer is released on July 22 2013. http://bestfitrecordings.com/ http://hybr.is/ http://postiljonen.tumblr.com/

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2. Sabella - Loving Like This

Sabella - Loving Like This

Available now on Spotify: http://bit.ly/lovingyoulikethis Live: 14 - 16 May The Great Escape, Brighton Loving Like This marks the introduction from newcomer, Sabella. At only nineteen its almost intimidating the confidence Sabella displays in her songwriting and by the nature of the track’s narrative, her maturity to acknowledge the time spent wallowing in longing and heartbreak is time ill spent. Clocking in at just under three minutes, Loving Like This exemplifies Sabella’s lack of necessity to spend on the subject of the track and provides a small open window as to what’s to come from the soon to be announced EP. Raised within earshot of Glastonbury, Sabella’s writing was born and inspired by her love for literature. With an intuition for story telling, from a young age, she began to write her own short stories and poems, which she soon found to be the best way to express her feelings. Her writing then naturally progressed into song lyrics as her interest in music grew she begin to experiment with her own recordings. After being introduced to producer, Authr, the pair set about exchanging ideas and formulating the recordings that make up her debut release, due late Spring 2015 on Best Fit Recordings.

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3. Postiljonen - Supreme (HNNY Remix)

Postiljonen - Supreme (HNNY Remix)

Lifted from "All That We Had Is Lost" EP. Out November 25 on Best Fit Recordings / Hybris (Scandinavia) Tracklist: 1. All That We Had Is Lost 2. When All The Wild Things Die 3. All That We Had Is Lost (Gent Mason remix) 4. All That We Had Is Lost (Keep Shelly In Athens remix) 5. All That We Had Is Lost (1987 remix) 6. Supreme (HNNY remix) 7. Supreme (Greetings From live session)

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4. Postiljonen - On The Run

Postiljonen - On The Run

Postiljonen is a dream pop trio deriving from Scandinavia. The band emerged quietly back in September 2011 and is composed of Norwegian vocalist Mia Bøe alongside Swedish multi-instrumentalists Daniel Sjörs and Joel Nyström Holm. After releasing a handful of online only singles in their native Scandinavia (including the heartbreaking interpretation of Whitney Houston’s classic ‘How Will I Know’, renamed here to ‘All That We Had Is Lost’) the trio have managed to create a highly characteristic sound, where ethereal and alluring vocals are interwoven in a mystical, ambient, dreamy and lovable expression. They have been compared to the likes of M83, Air France, Sigur Ros, jj and Cocteau Twins. Taking inspiration from old black and white movies, the golden 80s, Balearic scenery, sleepless summer nights and describe themselves as nostalgic daydreamers, all of which mirrors beautifully within Skyer’s ten songs. Featuring recent single ‘Supreme’ and the forthcoming ‘Atlantis’, Skyer is summery pop music at its best; made for lazy days and dreamy nights.

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5. Postiljonen - When All The Wild Things Die

Postiljonen - When All The Wild Things Die

Recorded during the sessions for debut album 'Skyer'. Previously unreleased. 'Skyer' is out now via Best Fit Recordings / Hybris. The new single - 'All That We Had Is Lost' will be released in October and feature exclusive remixes from I Break Horses, Keep Shelly In Athens, Gent Mason and more. Postiljonen will headline London's Birthdays on September 10. Tickets available here: http://www.birdonthewire.net/events.html

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8. FAYE - Water Against The Rocks (Radio Edit)

FAYE - Water Against The Rocks (Radio Edit)

Forthcoming Live Dates June 27 - Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London (w/ Azure Blue) [Buy Tickets] 30 - Debaser Slussen, Stockholm (w/ DJs Best Fit Recordings + Azure Blue + Loaded) 'Water Against The Rocks' - out 25 June on iTunes and all good digital retailers. Released on limited edition 7" vinyl b/w 'Come To Me' in July. // Pre-order Under exclusive license from Hybris. General enquiries: [email protected] Press: [email protected] Management: [email protected] Booking: [email protected] www.bestfitrecordings.com www.hybr.is www.facebook.com/listentofaye www.twitter.com/official_faye

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9. Postiljonen - All That We Had Is Lost (Keep Shelly In Athens Remix)

Postiljonen - All That We Had Is Lost (Keep Shelly In Athens Remix)

POSTILJONEN - ALL THAT WE HAD IS LOST EP RELEASED OCTOBER 21 1. All That We Had Is Lost 2. When All The Wild Things Die 3. All That We Had Is Lost (Keep Shelly In Athens remix) 4. All That We Had Is Lost (1987 remix) 5. All That We Had Is Lost (Gent Mason remix) 6. Supreme (HNNY remix) 7. Supreme (Greetings From Session) ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ On Tour: Autumn / Winter 2013 October 18 - Pustervik, Göteborg (SE) November 2 - Inkonst, Malmö (SE) 8 - Ja Ja Ja Festival - The Roundhouse, London (UK) [Tickets: http://bit.ly/1cjJKPW] 12 - Madame Jojo’s, London (SE) [Tickets: http://bit.ly/15B6RDC] 13 - Ideal Bar, Copenhagen (DK) 14 - Herrgår'n, Linköping (SE) 15 - Mejeriet, Lund (SE) 16 - Lilla Teatern, Norrköping (SE) December 20 - Debaser Strand, Stockholm (SE) ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ ✯ Skyer, the acclaimed debut album out now on Best Fit Recordings / Hybris. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/skyer/id662926192 Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/artist/45PFOQYLdlasr7Yba6UBUo

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12. FAYE - Breathe Out

FAYE - Breathe Out

A stirring, heartbreaking proposition. Released October 28 through Best Fit Recordings / Hybris (Scandinavia). fayeofficial.com/ facebook.com/listentofaye bestfitrecordings.com hybrism.com December 3 - Berns, Stockholm (w/ Jessie Ware) February 2013 22 - Studio Theatre @ Roundhouse, London Selected press quotes “Overflows with emotion… spectacular” The Guardian “Heart-flipping” Pitchfork “Extraordinary” PopJustice “Cathartic pop for when you’re feeling abandoned” The FADER “Dark and beautiful” DIY “A formidable creative force… A true Swedish gem” The Independent “Poised to meet all expectations” MTV

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13. Postiljonen - All That We Had Is Lost (Gent Mason Remix)

Postiljonen - All That We Had Is Lost (Gent Mason Remix)

Lifted from "All That We Had Is Lost" EP. Out November 25 on Best Fit Recordings / Hybris (Scandinavia) Tracklist: 1. All That We Had Is Lost 2. When All The Wild Things Die 3. All That We Had Is Lost (Gent Mason remix) 4. All That We Had Is Lost (Keep Shelly In Athens remix) 5. All That We Had Is Lost (1987 remix) 6. Supreme (HNNY remix) 7. Supreme (Greetings From live session)

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16. Museum Of Bellas Artes - Twine

Museum Of Bellas Artes - Twine

After a four year wait, Stockholm three-piece Museum of Bellas Artes cut the ribbon on their eagerly anticipated debut LP, 'Pieces', out 11th November on Best Fit Recordings. Full-bodied, baroque and seductively melodramatic, 'Pieces' trails the darker climes of luxe-pop, melting disco beats into church organ, sustained synth pads into chiming bells and pistols-at-dawn guitars into post-punk bass lines. Alice Luther's red velvet voice flails like a Grand Dame treading the Boards - the operatic electronica of opener 'Fantasia' paying its dues to Goldfrapp's Felt Mountain. 'Twine' scurries along in a balearic whirlwind and the haunting presence of 'Maze of Shells' lingers like a Victorian ghost. 'Bear Cubs' and 'Swan Boats' flex their rhythmic muscles with guitar and never has a 'Relapse' sounded more enticing. It's all brought to a suitably theatrical conclusion with album clincher 'Glass'. Childhood friends Joanna Herskovits, Leonard Öhman and Alice Luther assembled the band back in 2009 and released the neon-flecked debut EP 'Days Ahead' a year later. As they up the sonic histrionics and dim the lights, forget everything you thought you knew about Swedish pop and start over. Museum of Bellas Artes’ debut album ‘Pieces’ will be released on 11th November, 2013 via Best Fit Recordings in digital and limited edition vinyl formats. 'Pieces' Tracklist: 1. Fantasia 2. Abyss 3. Twine 4. Maze of Shell 5. Swan Boats 6. Come What May 7. Bear Cubs (12" version) 8. Relapse 9. Glass Pre-Order 'Pieces' http://bestfitrecordings.com/shop/museum-of-bellas-artes-pieces/

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17. The Forest & The Trees - What We Lost

The Forest & The Trees - What We Lost

The Forest & The Trees - Missions The new album out on CD, Vinyl and Digitally on June 16 through Best Fit Recordings. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/missions/id884127313 CD / Vinyl: http://www.bestfitrecordings.com/store/the-forest-the-trees-missions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Hailing from Stockholm, couple Linnea and Joel Edin, aka The Forest & The Trees are a striking addition to the canon of quintessential bittersweet indie-pop to emerge from Sweden in recent years. Creating delicately crafted songs, their work showcases a talent for combining playful melodies with the perfectly balanced harmonies of their vocals. Having originally played together in Joel’s band Tupelo Honeys, they formed in 2008, before releasing their self-titled debut in 2010. After playing throughout Europe they released their “What We Lost” EP in 2011, featuring remixes from the likes of NIVA and Houses. In the years that followed the ennui of daily life kicked in, and when Linnea lost her job and Joel found himself bored of his studies, inspiration to write new songs proved hard to find. The couple decided to “take action and leave the Swedish darkness”, and moved to Valencia for four months, a city they’d first visited and fallen in love with when they'd played there several years earlier. The influence of their time in the city is palpable, lending their new album a sun-drenched optimism, despite having only written one song (lead track “You’re In My Skin”) during the duration of their stay. It’s a noticeable shift in mood, and one that the duo acknowledges: “Whereas our first album evolved around escaping and fear of growing up, the new songs are mostly about facing that fear and dealing with stuff instead of running away. We decided to name the album Missions, from one of the songs on the album, because it sums it up, it’s more positive. These songs are more about facing problems and doing something about them, rather than escaping.” Drawing on the music they listened to as teenagers, bands like Popsicle, The Cardigans and The Cocteau Twins, has driven their sound to develop precision, while retaining a balance of the carefree and complex. Such a middle ground was hard to find, so despite early plans to produce the record themselves, they eventually decided to bring in Johannes Berglund, who'd previously worked with The Radio Dept. Shout Out Louds and The Knife, seeking some necessary objectivity. “We’ve been acquainted with Johannes for a few years and we totally love the work he’s been doing. So we asked if he wanted to mix our single “Putting Down the Gun” which he did and we were so pleased with the result,” they explain. “It felt like he really understood what we wanted and could help us with that final push. He really works with his gut and puts so much feeling into his mixes - we’ve been very lucky to get to work with him.”

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18. The Forest & The Trees - You're In My Skin

The Forest & The Trees - You're In My Skin

The Forest & The Trees - Missions The new album out on CD, Vinyl and Digitally on June 16 through Best Fit Recordings. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Hailing from Stockholm, couple Linnea and Joel Edin, aka The Forest & The Trees are a striking addition to the canon of quintessential bittersweet indie-pop to emerge from Sweden in recent years. Creating delicately crafted songs, their work showcases a talent for combining playful melodies with the perfectly balanced harmonies of their vocals. Having originally played together in Joel’s band Tupelo Honeys, they formed in 2008, before releasing their self-titled debut in 2010. After playing throughout Europe they released their “What We Lost” EP in 2011, featuring remixes from the likes of NIVA and Houses. In the years that followed the ennui of daily life kicked in, and when Linnea lost her job and Joel found himself bored of his studies, inspiration to write new songs proved hard to find. The couple decided to “take action and leave the Swedish darkness”, and moved to Valencia for four months, a city they’d first visited and fallen in love with when they'd played there several years earlier. The influence of their time in the city is palpable, lending their new album a sun-drenched optimism, despite having only written one song (lead track “You’re In My Skin”) during the duration of their stay. It’s a noticeable shift in mood, and one that the duo acknowledges: “Whereas our first album evolved around escaping and fear of growing up, the new songs are mostly about facing that fear and dealing with stuff instead of running away. We decided to name the album Missions, from one of the songs on the album, because it sums it up, it’s more positive. These songs are more about facing problems and doing something about them, rather than escaping.” Drawing on the music they listened to as teenagers, bands like Popsicle, The Cardigans and The Cocteau Twins, has driven their sound to develop precision, while retaining a balance of the carefree and complex. Such a middle ground was hard to find, so despite early plans to produce the record themselves, they eventually decided to bring in Johannes Berglund, who'd previously worked with The Radio Dept. Shout Out Louds and The Knife, seeking some necessary objectivity. “We’ve been acquainted with Johannes for a few years and we totally love the work he’s been doing. So we asked if he wanted to mix our single “Putting Down the Gun” which he did and we were so pleased with the result,” they explain. “It felt like he really understood what we wanted and could help us with that final push. He really works with his gut and puts so much feeling into his mixes - we’ve been very lucky to get to work with him.”

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