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Every Million Miles is where the sirens of the city meet the great, vast nothingness. It’s a perfect mix between the cool and melancholic North of Sweden, and the busier capital of Stockholm.

Bio

Every Million Miles is a Stockholm based band within the indie and alternative rock genres. The band members’ roots – in the North of Sweden and the capital of Stockholm – can be sensed in the music: The sirens of the city meet the great, vast nothingness.

In 2012, Every Million Miles released an EP named “This is”, containing six songs. The band has been figuring frequently at Stockholm’s live music club scene since then.

In 2017, the band released it’s second EP named “Forgotten”, containing six songs including hit single Killing The Start.

The name Every Million Miles was adopted in 2016. Before then the band was known as Common Ground.

Musical influences include Band of Horses, Starsailor, Deportees, Kodaline, Mew, The Posies, Hozier and Arcade Fire.

Every Million Miles press photo

Left to right: Paul Malmsten (guitar), Mårten Sjölin (guitar), Sven Rönnqvist (vocals), Andreas Hedlund (keyboards), Michael Sjö (drums), Andreas Rolfer (bass).

Press images

These high resolution images may be used freely to accompany written, spoken, filmed or similar material about the band Every Million Miles. Photo credit should be given as “Photo by Monika Nilsson/Every Million Miles”. If the pictures are published in digital media, the band will also appreciate a link back to http://everymillionmiles.com.

Every Million Miles press photo

Every Million Miles press photo

Every Million Miles press photo

Every Million Miles press photo

Every Million Miles press photo

Music

Listen to our music here. Let us know if you need the music in a downloadable format by filling out the form below.

Video material

For video content see our Youtube channel or these news posts.

Press clips

“Online dating led to love at first sight” – About how the band (with the former name Common Ground) was formed by four friends who advertised online for two more members. Sveriges Radio, March 2014

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