Swedish Pop Made in England
London-based pop artist Marcus Lindeberg has a bit of an outsider soul. Starting with music at a later age than usual, his upbeat sound draws inspiration from figures like Ed Sheeran and Maroon 5. But his musical roots are also connected to house music and gospel. The Swedish producer and singer-songwriter attended BIMM Institute (with alumni like George Ezra).
Born in 1993, Lindeberg has been living in the UK since 2014. “I did take guitar lessons in my earlier years, but never got hooked on it.”, he explains. When house music became popular, he got a DAW and started experimenting with it.
During that year, he also saw “The Jersey Boys” in New York, a musical that inspired him to start his career. He finally moved to London to study music production at 21.
“Lyrics are very important to me – I want to write about what I know.”, he tells us. His lyrics focus on romance, but also honest topics like existential issues and conflicts in relationships.
Marcus Lindeberg has released seven songs since 2017. His singles “Bring Us Two Together” and “Broken” were featured on Swedish local station P3 Jönköping.
He got signed to Rexius Records in 2020 and is now preparing for the release of his single “Aretha Franklin”.