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With only five singles released, Swedish female artist Bluephox has already been compared to icons like Robyn, HAIM, Bonnie Tayler, Paloma Faith and “as if Stevie Nicks had fronted Future Island." She also been hailed as "Pop diamond”, “Obsessive”, “Sensational”, “Pop perfection” and “Extremely promising artist."


Bluephox, or Philippa Magnusson, grew up in Stockholm surrounded by the sea and music as eternal constants. The later thanks in large part to her dad, who was a successful guitarist in the 60´s. Her father introduced her to the world of Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Sting while her big brother sat at the piano playing Stevie Wonder, The Average White band and Supertramp. In that mix of influences, we find Bluephox. Her debut single Gold was released in May 2020 and received a warm reception from music platforms world wide. For example, Gold was quickly placed at “Favorite” in British Radio BBC1, and the Music online magazine Popmuzik (SWE) expressed: “A perfect mix to reach the large audience.”


The sequel second single Paul’s Boutique, lived up to expectations when it was released in September 2020. Played on Radio BBC1’s “Future Artists” and on public radio in Sweden and Denmark amongst others. Canadian music magazine “The Revue” wrote: (..) “it has been some time since we’ve obsessed over a song, and that is until we heard Bluephox’s new single, “Paul’s Boutique”.


Both singles Bluephox made in collaboration with producers and songwriters Mats Björke (ex Mando Diao) and Ludvig Larsson from LAB259. Paul’s Boutique was also co-written together with Yvonne Dahlbom. The singles are mixed by Michael Ilbert in Hansa Studios, Berlin. 


After that she has released a cover of Red Hot Chili Peppers 90s classic Californication, the 80s inspired pop banger "Touched by Neon" (co-written and produced by Johan "Harry" Harrysson at Blameus). with the remix of the song signed the Swedish producer, DJ and artist Kimchii and the piano driven "Come Caribou".  When she now releases her sixth single on the record company Bolero Records, she does it with the song Day & Night, written by the artist herself together with the then newly found songwriter and producer Michelle Amkoff. 

Bluephox about her new single Day&Night:

What do you get if you put two hitherto unknown women in a studio, put on each pair of woolen slippers and press rec? Well, a newfound friendship and Day & Night.

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