With a new issue comes a whole new playlist to soundtrack your life. Here, tune into the curated playlist of Vogue Scandinavia's Oct-Nov issue
The October-November issue of Vogue Scandinavia is a musical issue, to say the least. Featuring Swedish-Moroccan Eurovision legend Loreen on the cover, this issue is all about celebrating the Nordic music phenomenon and its global impact.
Naturally, the soundtrack features Loreen's record-breaking, winning anthem 'Tattoo', along with Swedish House Mafia's new single Ray of Solar, and a nod to Eurovision singer's past: 'Waterloo' by Abba (but this time, the Swedish version).
The Finnish superstar Käärija is also featured in this issue. From taking the global scene by storm with the crowd-pleasing 'Cha Cha Cha', we get a more personal look into this enigmatic singer in this issue.
Further, this season puts the spotlight on Falu red, cosy knits, and daring eyelashes. So, sonically, this translates to the iconic 1980s hit 'The Lady in Red', the Swedish-Colombian-Turkish band Dina Ögon, and in the midst of Barbie-mania, one of Mark Ronson's best songs from his solo project in 2010, 'Bang Bang Bang'.
Marking 50 years from Sweden's first Eurovision win, the October-November issue of Vogue Scandinavia captures the essence of a multi-generational, sonic heritage. Listen to the curated soundtrack for the October-November issue on Spotify here: