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ELECTRIC BOYS release new single "I've Got A Feelin"


While the world was twisted and spinning oddly like a broken carousel in the last couple of years, Swedish funk-infused rock’n’roll bastard child ELECTRIC BOYS were busy touring, penning their following record, and trying to figure out how to make sense of all this mess we’re living in.


They took the Scandinavian Winter to retreat to warmer climates and booked a studio in Spain, where they spent a few weeks recording what will be their next studio album. But the first teaser is already here, and it lives up to Electric Boys’ high standards. “I’ve Got A Feeling” is pure rock soul, with a classy riff, a mellow chorus, and that storytelling, baritone, charming voice of Conny Bloom to top it all.


All in all, the best way to foreshow the Swedes upcoming studio album and to leave you the feelin’ that they’re up to something really good. Again. Despite the world is still twisted and spinning oddly like a broken carousel.


"Yes, I DO have a feelin’...” Conny Bloom says. “That something good is about to happen. New paths will be crossed and new doors will be opened, so let's party like it's 2023!”.

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Formed in Stockholm in 1988, Electric Boys is a band with roots in 70s groove rock and 60s pop and psychedelia. Their critically acclaimed debut album, "Funk-O-Metal Carpet Ride" was produced by Bob Rock (Metallica, Bon Jovi, The Cult, Mötley Crüe) and spawned the self-produced Billboard Top 20 single, "All Lips 'N' Hips" that got them heavy rotation on MTV.


After extensive touring, the band entered legendary studio Abbey Road to record the follow-up "Groovus Maximus", which gave the band another Billboard Top 30 single with the song, "Mary In The Mystery World". The third album "Freewheelin'" (also recorded in Abbey Road) peaked at #16 on the Official Swedish Album Chart before the band called it a day in 1994.


Guitarist and lead singer, Conny Bloom went solo until he, as well as bassist Andy Christell, joined the legendary Hanoi Rocks in 2005. In 2009 they began the process of reuniting the Electric Boys. They released the album "And Them Boys Done Swang" in 2011 and the critically acclaimed favorite "Starflight United" in 2014.


In 2018 the return to studio albums finally happened, with "The Ghost Ward Diaries", a record that not only topped the charts in Sweden and Denmark but also brought back the distinctive sound of Electric Boys to their countless fans and new listeners. Roughly three years after, "Ups!de Down", written already under lockdown, repeated the success but brought a broader array of songs.



Lineup:

Conny Bloom - guitar, vocals

Andy Christell - bass

"Slim" Martin Thomander - guitar

Jolle Atlagic - drums


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