David's
Angels

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NEW RELEASE 23/4 – THANKS TO YOU

David's Angels - THANKS TO YOU

“Thanks To You” is about gratitude and is a dedication to the flow and the similarities that brings people closer. 

David’s Angels has explored music as a therapy around surrendering our worries to a mutual flow and what the experiences from that can lead to. There is a wish to communicate with vibrations, sounds and small stories of music for a mutual recovery, a uniting in the moment and an exploration of how we can go back to that moment again. 

David’s Angels previous release “Traces” from 2017 got brilliant reviews, was nominated to one of the best albums of the year by Magnus Eriksson/rootsy.nu, was recommended by Dave Douglas on Greenleaf Music. The Swedish Major Newspaper DN wrote that David’s Angels is trendsetting in European Jazz today and Maggi and Sofie got top positions of the The 39th Annual Jazz Station Awards. On the album the band collaborates with world-renowned trumpet player Ingrid Jensen (CA/US), three time Best Album American Grammy winner. 

Upcoming Concerts

Oct
9
2021

Kulturkvarteret

Kristianstad
Sweden
Oct
13
2021

Landskrona Teater

Landskrona
Sweden
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Underneath it all it’s not always what it seems. Dark sounds and pure melodies, angel-like and brutal. The musicians born in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s are influenced by different styles; jazz, rock and avant-garde. David’s Angels crosses the often known boundaries of genres and creates music focusing on the core of the story.

Members of David's Angels

David’s Angels are based in Stockholm, Malmö (SE) and Copenhagen (DK).

Sofie Norling

Sofie Norling

Maggi Olin

Maggi Olin

David Carlsson

David Carlsson

Michala
Østergaard-Nielsen

Michala Østergaard-Nielsen

Music

David's Angels - SUBSTAR

David’s Angels debut album “Substar” was released in 2010 in collaboration with world-renowned trumpet player Ingrid Jensen (CA/US), three time Best Album American Grammy winner. 

In 2013 David’s Angels released their second album ”What it Seems” on the Swedish label Kopasetic Productions. ”What it Seems” was very well received by both audience and reviewers. In the major Swedish newspaper DN Johannes Cornell writes in his review of the CD that David’s Angels is trendsetting in European jazz today. 

In 2017 David’s Angels released their third album ”Traces” inspired by how our actions and expressions leave traces in time, again featuring Ingrid Jensen on Trumpet.

The latest album “Thanks To You” is out on April 23 2021.

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Midwest Record

David’s Angels expresses beautifully one of the most tasking experiences in any one’s life, in an honest, brutal but finally a comforting manner.

Eyal Hareuveni / all about jazz

One of the strongest (&freshest) vocal pieces I’ve heard in the last 10 years

rotcodzzaj.com