The Majority Says - The name may not ring a bell, but the songs will if you watch TV.

The Majority Says – Live At . . .Introducing – Berlin – Nights At The Roundtable: Rock Without Borders Edition

The Majority Says - The name may not ring a bell, but the songs will if you watch TV.
The Majority Says – The name may not ring a bell, but the songs will if you watch TV.

Click on the link here for Audio Player – The Majority Says – Live at Introducing…Berlin – 2014 – RBB Berlin

The name may not ring any bells, but The Majority Says have already made a splash via American TV, with several of their songs featured prominently on Pretty Little Liars and The Real L Word as well as numerous films and TV shows in Europe.

Together since 2010, this Swedish Pop/Rock/Alternative band released their first ep on Valentine’s Day 2012 and the song 114 became part of a European ad campaign for the Viasat TV channel. It’s safe to say they appear to be a hit with Music Directors¬†as they’ve been heard more on TV and film than on the radio, but that’s a small price to pay to get your material across. Art versus Commerce. Well . . . .

Their debut album, Under Streetlights was released in Sweden only. A second album is slated for release in May of this year. ¬†Since they’re on Warners in Sweden, it’s possible they will get worldwide distribution. But with the vagaries of the music business, it’s hard to know for sure.

Tonight it’s a live gig via the Introducing series in Berlin. One would imagine it’s an attempt to break out of the Music-for-TV-and-Film mold, which wouldn’t hurt, as they have more to offer than background music for products and character development.

A chance to hear them on their own. Enjoy.

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