Singer & songwriter Cecilia Kallin has been a part of the Swedish pop scene since 2010. She started off her carrer as the lead singer and guitarist in the girl band Timoteij, well-known in Sweden for their characteristic mix of pop and folk music.

With eight years in the business including performances in Sweden’s biggest TV show Melodifestivalen, more than 12 million streams on the song Kom alone and 15 major national tours to her name, Cecilia Kallin launched her solo career at the beginning of 2018. Since then she has released one EP, eight singles, six music videos, one lyric video and she’s also the featuring artist on the track Unfeather from the TV series Veni Vidi Vici. Her most popular song on Spotify is Play Pretend, with over 1.7 million streams on that platform alone.

Her debut EP Honey was released in November 2020 and is a collection of feel-good guitar-based pop songs with a laid-back 90’s vibe, plus an acoustic version of the song Music Won’t Stop. The music and lyrics are written by Kallin herself in collaboration with Bobby Ljunggren, David Lindgren Zacharias and Josef Melin, all recognized songwriters.

Cecilia is a big fan of music videos and recently tried acting for the first time in the music video for Music Won’t Stop, produced by Grander Media. Earlier this year she’s released Heaven music video, shot in the streets of Paris by photographer Caroline Korenado and I Really Like You music video, which is created together with Cecilia’s listeners, who were invited to submit clips of themselves singing along. In May 2019 she released a music video shot in Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, South Africa. A unique collaboration with South Africa Tourism.

Cecilia Kallin is also an established songwriter, with a dozen of songs for Swedish and Norwegian artists on her discography. In 2017 she competed as a songwriter in Melodi Grand Prix Norway. Check out the Spotify playlist Written by Cecilia Kallin for more.

In 2018 Cecilia Kallin debuted as a jewelry designer, releasing the collection Harmony by Cecilia Kallin in collaboration with the Swedish accessory brand SEVEN/EAST.

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