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September   (Sweden)

EuroPop group
Added : 07/03/2004
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September
In Orbit
Dancing Shoes
September
Gold
Dancing in Orbit
Cry For You
Love CPR
La La La (Never Give It Up)
We Can Do It
September All Over
All Over
Satellites
Looking For Love
Flowers On The Grave
It Doesn't Matter
Cry For You
Can't Get Over
Until I Die
Because I Love You
Until I Die
Resuscitate Me
Me And My Microphone
Party In My Head
02 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Latest September news

29/07/2012 : September plans to release a new single entitled Hands Up from her current Love CPR album, in the US only (a few months ago, it was rather Heat Rising which was rumoured as forthcoming single). The new album Så Mycket Svartare, recorded in Swedish, will be released under her complete name Petra Marklund on October 24th.

07/07/2012 : September recently announced that she would change her music style. She will be working with Daniel Ledinsky, Saska Becker, and Jocke Berg (from Swedish rock band Kent), on a new album in Swedish language. (Thanks to Eurodance Blog)

16/11/2011 : Discover the videoclip of September's US single Party In My Head. (Thanks to Tavi Meran)

20/09/2011 : Discover the videoclip of September's single Me And My Microphone.

11/07/2011 : September's next single will be entitled Party In My Head. (Thanks to Eurodance Blog)

06/05/2011 : Petra from September is Pepsi Refresh's new ambassador. More infos here. (Thanks to Eurodance Blog)

07/04/2011 : September is #1 on Nickelodeon Sweden's Kids Choice Awards 2011 (a chart of children's favourite artists).

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September albums

September September 2004
In Orbit In Orbit 26th Oct 2005
Dancing Shoes Dancing Shoes 26th Sep 2007
September September 26th Feb 2008
Gold Gold (Digital release only) 14th Nov 2008
Dancing in Orbit Dancing in Orbit 2009
Cry For You Cry For You (UK only) 27th Jul 2009
Love CPR Love CPR 14th Feb 2011

 

September singles

La La La (Never Give It Up) La La La (Never Give It Up) 2nd Jun 2003  
We Can Do It We Can Do It 3rd Nov 2003  
September All Over September All Over 18th Feb 2004  
All Over All Over 20th Feb 2004  
Satellites Satellites 6th Jul 2005  
Looking For Love Looking For Love 19th Oct 2005  
Flowers On The Grave Flowers On The Grave 1st Mar 2006  
It Doesn't Matter It Doesn't Matter May 2006  
Cry For You Cry For You 29th Nov 2006  
Can't Get Over Can't Get Over 20th Jun 2007  
Until I Die Until I Die 7th Nov 2007  
Because I Love You Because I Love You 2009  
Until I Die Until I Die (UK release) 20th Jul 2009  
Resuscitate Me Resuscitate Me 19th Nov 2010  
Me And My Microphone Me And My Microphone 11th Feb 2011  
Party In My Head Party In My Head 11th Jul 2011  

 

September remixes

La La La (Never Give It Up) La La La (Never Give It Up) 2004  

 

 



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September biography

Label : Stockholm Records AB
Jonas and Niclas von der Burg along with Anoo Bhagavan stand behind the project, along with vocalist Petra Marklund.

Jonas von der Burg also produced Girlsmen - Rumblin' (1994) and Mr. Man (the same year), Yaki-da's If Only The World, Lambretta's album Lambretta in 2001, Javiera - Vamos A Gozar, Alcazar - This Is The World We Live In, E-Type - Camilla, Stakka Bo Down The Drain (1993), On Your Knees (1994) and Here We Go, as well as his albums Supermarket in 1993 and Great Blondino in 1995.

Anoo Bhagavan has been working full-time out of Stockholm as songwriter, lyricist, producer and translator for five successful years, producing material in a wide spectrum of genres and styles. During the last years he has contributed to the creation of close to a hundred songs and/or lyrics for artists and songwriters from all over Europe, for instance Ace of Base, the Danish stars Hanne Boel and Sanne Salmonsen. Together, the 3 producers also work for the artist Milkman.

Petra Marklund (born in September 1987), half Swede, half Slovene, is the living breathing heart of September.

September's first single La La La (Never Give It Up) shot straight up in the nation's charts and has become the biggest dancefloor attraction of 2003. That was followed by another big dance hit We Can Do It and the debut album September in 2004.

2005 : September left their previous records company. September's single Satellite (a rather rockpop song) was #5 on the Swedish Sommartoppen Chart List from SR P3 and it entered top 50 on the danish dancechart. It eventually went platinum in Sweden. The follow-up was entitled Looking For Love.

In October, their new album was released. It was classified by the Swedish musical magazine Sonic as one on the 15 best euro disco CDs ever. Petra's favourite song on the album was the song Cry For You.

The singles were released in Sweden under Stockhlom records, licensed under Kontor in Germany, Robbins Ent in the US and Canada, and Airplay records in France.

2006 : September won the Swedish Grammy for Best Dance at the Swedish Grammy Awards on February 7th.

Flowers on the Grave was the follow-up of Looking For Love. It was a low-tempo song.

On 29th November the new single Cry for You was released. Deals have already been concluded with over 50 countries, among them USA, France, Germany, Russia, Africa and Australia.

2007 : Cry For You was #1 on Billboard Dance Radio Airplay chart in May. September's new album was released on the beginning of... September. A new single entitled Until I Die was released.

2008 : Petra appeared on Schiller's new album Sehnsucht.

2009 : September's new UK album, called Cry for you the album, was released on 3rd August. The new September single for Europe was entitled Because I Love You.

2010 : Petra could be seen singing a personal version of I'm Sorry, a song originally released by Dilba (sister of E-type's dancer Dee). Maybe her next single ? Finally not. In November, the new single Resuscitate Me was released. Videoclip was directed by Patric Ullaeus.

Petra took part ot the real-TV show Så mycket bättre on TV4 with other famous Swedish singers. Every candidate had to sing their version of the other candidates' hits. Petra's performance singing Mikrofonkåt (a song originally performed by rapper Petter) had over 500 000 views on Youtube, so it was finally decided to release it as a single too. In December, September released an English version of Mikrofonkåt entitled Me And My Microphone

2011 : in February, after a only a few days, the newly released album Love CPR was already certified gold in Sweden. In May, Petra was chosen as Pepsi Refresh's new ambassador. In July, it was revealed that September's next single will be entitled Party In My Head. Petra told a fan that she would shoot the videoclips of both Party In My Head and Me And My Microphone on July 18th.

Thanks to Mikoo, Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkine, Tavi Meran, Abelito and Anders Bøgh
EMI Sweden
September at Kontor

September biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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