The American singer John Maus has included a cover of Molly Nilsson’s song “Hey Moon!” on his long awaited album We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves, (released on Ribbon Music/ Upset The Rhythm). The song was originally found on Molly Nilsson’s debut album These Things Take Time in 2008. Listen to his version of the song here.
DARK SKIES ASSOCIATION and MODERN ROMANTIC PRODUCTIONS are proud to present the new music film by Fjodor Donderer for Molly Nilsson “A Song They Won’t Be Playing On The Radio”. Song taken from the album Follow The Light (DSA 2010). Enjoy!
Over the years we have received mails and messages asking us when Molly Nilsson is finally going to set her foot on American soil, and now the time has come. DARK SKIES ASSOCIATION are in the process of planning Molly Nilsson’s first U.S.-tour in November 2011. We are on the look-out for cities, venues and dates so whether you are a fan, a booker or a general enthusiast: this is the time to let us know. Contact us on email@example.com
Next Saturday, February 5th Molly Nilsson will be in London to play at BEHIND BARS. So far the line-up and exact location has still not been announced, but within a day of the party an info-line will be established to which one can call to find out the address. Entrance is £ 5 donation. We will post more details on the homepage in due time. In the meanwhile, enjoy this musicvideo Ernst Markus Stein made for Molly Nilsson’s Last Forever.
For those of you who are slowly but surely getting nervous about finding the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones – DARK SKIES ASSOCIATION have the answer: Molly Nilsson’s Christmas Special 2010 is a limited edition Greatest Hits MC-compilation, entitled SILVER. Including 10 evergreens , but also 2 never before released songs. This release (wrapped up and ready to go) can be ordered via our Shop for 10 €, including shipping worldwide. (Note that this release will be available on cassette only).
Tracks: Silver, When Boys Don’t Call, 8000 days, We’re Never Coming Home, Won’t Somebody Take Me Out Tonight, Europa, More Certain than Death, In the Mood for a Tattoo, Last Forever, Truth, A Song They Won’t Be Playing on the Radio.