Alexandra on Radio Sweden

Alexandra Dahlström was on Sveriges Radio back on February 15th to discuss everything from her breakthrough in Show Me Love to being a young actress to what she’s up to now.

Kodjo, Alexandra Dahlström, Hanna och Kalle

The interview is currently only available in Swedish.

Where I Cried

Alexandra Dahlström has had a long time relationship with the Swedish band The Bear Quartet. In 2002 she appeared on their spoken word track “Tuna” and in 2011 she directed and appeared in their music video for “Lovers Goodbye.”

What I didn’t know was that she also lent her voice to their 2006 track “Where I Cried” from their album Eternity Now. The track is instrumental but with two lines repeated twice by a male and female voice. The male voice belonging to Björn Olsson and the female voice belonging to Alexandra:

Vad tyckte du om konserten?
Jag tyckte den handlade om oss

Which translates to:

What did you think of the concert?
I thought it was about us

The song is posted on The Bear Quartet’s YouTube page but it’s not available to me here in Canada. If you’d like to listen you can download it here.

There was an article posted on hymn.se counting down The Bear Quartet’s top 15 albums which is where I found the tip about Alexandra’s other track.

Forget All About Time

So this is a pretty unique find! Here is a song from Saga Gärde’s short film Babysister by Sophia Ersson. I can’t recall how I came across it but I like it.

Living Life Podcast

A podcast called Living Life has been posted on Rodeo’s website. There is a 36 minute podcast in Swedish with Alexandra Dahlström as well as a short article and a couple beautiful photos! Thanks to Fish for tracking this down!

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You can read the article in English here:
2015-02-19-1 (English)

Radio Sweden Interview

Here is Radio Sweden interview with Lisa Pyk and Alexandra Dahlström talking about her film All We Have Is Now. In Swedish of course. Thanks, Fish!