THE CONFUSIONS have now established a reputation as one of Sweden's cleverest pop exports.
The band's 1996 album "Everyone's Invited" was perhaps their breakthrough, acclaimed throughout the pop press as one of the very best albums of the year. With its quirky ideas, strong melodies and inventive playing, the album is a delight.
The next album "Six-0-Seven", once again produced by Peter Svensso... [More]n of the Cardigans. The songs are about the usual hang-ups that haunt young life: love, repressed emotions, jealousy and hope.
Their "Trampoline" album released in September 2002 is an outstanding album. With the stunning single "The Pilot", which hit number one on MTV's Up North chart, the song got a lot of attention outside Scandinavia. The album was released in Japan, Taiwan and "The Pilot" was released in France.
"5 am" is released in February 2006 ", the songs "Window", "Don't Let The World Catch You Crying" and "Imagination" did well on TV and radio in Scandinavia.
"It Sure Looks Like The Confusions But It Sounds More Acoustic" is released 2007, an acoustic album with both new and old songs in new versions. Get it on digital stores.
"The Logo" is released at the 31st of January 2008, at the same time a 5 track EP called "The Pilot EP" is released in the US with immediate positive response.
"The Story Behind The Story" is released at 12th of Mars in 2008 Scandinavia, the critics are overwhelmed. M.Theander/Sonic said "already a classic album!" An outstanding video for the single "Strangers" is released in December 2008.
Now it's time for "A Permanent Marker" and once again the Swedish ciritics are impressed with the band. Listen to the first single "I Won't Be Sober When This Is Over" with Zarah on lead vocals, check out the video of the song.
In October 2010 it is time for the new EP "Boys Will Be Boys" with five brand new tracks and a new video.
The Confusions are great fun, but thoughtful at the same time. Not confusing at all, when you think about it.