Pining For The Fjords?


The votes are in.

Last week, with a Currys PC World Voucher worth 20 big ones (€20) on offer, I asked you to name your favourite song by a Scandinavian artist?

You replied in your dozens, providing a Nordiculously decent playlist of seriously-sound Scandi choonage

But there could be only one winner.

Third Place:

We’re from Barcelona by I’m from Barcelona

Col writes:

“I saw this Swedish band in Galway many moons ago: 29 band members, many instruments and plenty of confetti, it was such an amazing live experience!”


Slipping Through My Fingers by ABBA

Millie Bobby Brownie writes:

“I have a special place in my heart for this song. My own little lady is growing up much too quickly for my tastes and this beautiful, bittersweet song always makes me stop and appreciate every small moment with her, every funny little quirk, and appreciate how lucky I am to have a child like her.”


Quiet Night by Anna Ternheim

Harry Warren writes:

“I nominate the haunting song that was used as the theme tune for the best Nordic noir TV series, the Swedish/Svensk version of Wallander. It breathes that dark part of Swedish society: cold, lonely, sad, perfect for Krister Henriksson‘s interpretation of Wallander.”

Nick says: Thanks all.

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