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Crying Day Care Choir reveal video for new single ‘Sad Season’

Swedish trio Crying Day Care Choir have released the video for their new single ‘Sad Season’, which premiered with Clash yesterday. It’s a joyful track that will instantly lift those seasonal blues. WATCH HERE

Filmed in an intimate rehearsal space, the video exudes the upbeat spirit and folk charm of the track. Showing them in a vibrant band performance, the multi-instrumentalist three-piece deliver driving rhythms and seamless harmonies with an uplifting energy that flows throughout.

Hailing from Malmo, Sweden, Crying Day Care Choir is formed of husband and wife Jack and Sara Elz, and Jack’s brother Bill Nystedt. Their beautifully crafted songs are an expression of positivity, sharing a message of peace, love and joy through their bittersweet songwriting.

Since forming, the band have travelled across various countries and completed major tours throughout Italy and Scandinavia in support of their 2014 debut album Leave The Kingdom – a 12 track collection of indie-folk splendour.

In 2015 they went on to release the Wonderlust EP and Christmas Day Care Choir Vol.2 EP to critical acclaim and since released the 2016 single ‘The Wedding Song’ which is a heart-warming tribute to Jack and Sara’s marriage, relaying the words they sang to each other on their special day.

Now signed to Warner Music ‘Sad Season’ is the first taste of new music from Crying Day Care Choir. With much more to come this year, the band are ready to spread their music to a wider audience and are proving to be one of the most exciting contemporary-folk acts to come out of Sweden.

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