Artist: Most Valuable Players

Country: Sweden
Genre: Indie/Pop/Rock
Reviews: You in honey
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Most Valuable Players - A hint

"A hint" is the brand new single from Swedish indiepop act Most Valuable Players. Purchase a piece of the cover art painting at the band's website:

Most Valuable Players - Some nerve

Swedish indie act Most Valuable Players have a new mp3 single called "Some nerve" posted for free download:

Action Biker's debut album "Hesperian Puisto" will finally be released on March 27 via Friendly Noise in connection with a special label showcase to be called "Friendly Night" at Debaser Slussen in Stockholm. Artists Testbild!, Most Valuable Players and Differnet will perform live and it will also celebrate the release of another new disc, "Splendid isolation", an anthology of all of Friendly Noise's mp3 releases to date.

Check out Most Valuable Players' new video for the track "Rondo":

Friendly Noise has new mp3 singles posted today from Most Valuable Players and Robotboy:

Nomethod has revealed that besides from new full-length albums and digital singles from both Mixtapes & Cellmates and Aerial, they'll be doing a comp this winter featuring a large cast of exciting Scandinavian artists. Names confirmed so far include Bobby Baby, Mixtapes & Cellmates, Kuryakin, Most Valuable Players, Aerial, Tar...Feathers, Echo Is Your Love, Cat Burglar, Penny Century, We Are Soldiers We Have Guns, Otur, Audrey and KVLR. More details to come!

Most Valuable Players
You in honey
Friendly Noise

Ha! I bought this album solely on the track "Stockholm doesn't belong to me" big mistake! It's not that it's a rubbish album, it's just that none of the other songs sound at all like that excellent and catchy track. Ho hum! I don't want to slag this album off too much, since I'm not really the right person to judge it and normally I would never go close to something as electronic and dull as this, but now when I paid hard earned money for this piece of ...plastic, I think I got the right to warn anyone who heard and liked "Stockholm..." please check out some other songs on this album before you waste any cash on it!
- Simon Tagestam

Swedish label Friendly Noise has announced two new releases for February 1. First up is a comp entitled "Are You Scared To Get Happy?" which features music from the play of the same name and includes acts such as The Radio Dept., Erik De Vahl, Testbild!, Majessic Dreams, Action Biker and more. The second disc is the album "You in honey" from Swedish indiepop act Most Valuable Players. Full tracklist and details:

Some of the bands confirmed for the Mitt Sista Liv Festival in Kalmar, Sweden on July 30-31: Jens Lekman, Crime Time, Most Valuable Players, The Radio Dept. More info: