THE MURDER OF MY SWEET: 'Tonight' Single To Include Two Previously Unreleased Tracks

May 7, 2010

Frontiers Records has set a May 14 release date for "Tonight", the new digital single from the Swedish female-fronted heavy rock band THE MURDER OF MY SWEET. The song is taken from the band's debut album, "Divanity", which was released in early 2010. In addition to the album version of the title cut, the "Tonight" single includes two previously unreleased tracks, "Shivers Down My Spine" and "Another Dawn".

In other news, THE MURDER OF MY SWEET has scheduled the following festival appearances:

Jul. 07 - Rockweekend - Kilafors, Sweden
Sep. 09 - Raismes Fest - Raismes – France

THE MURDER OF MY SWEET is an exciting new band formed in early 2007, when drummer/producer and songwriter Daniel Flores met the awesome singer Angelica Rylin. "There was a rumour that Angelica was the finest vocalist in Stockholm and I wanted to see if that was true," said Daniel. "To my amazement, she was!" Daniel had already hooked up with Daniel Palmqvist on guitar, Johan Niemann on bass and Andreas Lindahl on keyboards, so the next step was to start writing songs. "Angelica's voice needed another sort of songs than what we had on the table," continued Daniel. "So we wrote more than 25 songs with 12 of them that [ended] up being on the album."

The first single off "Divanity", "Bleed Me Dry", was launched on November 13 on the Swedish markets, and entered the national chart at position No. 14 (highest new entry of the week). The song was also on No. 2 on the single download chart.

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