Christmas show on Hotel Statt

Hotel Statt in Hässleholm welcomed Robin Stjernberg home and he perform on their Christmas dinner this weekend. 


This week was Robin Stjernberg on preparation and recording of tv-show in Stockholm. LSS, the Attendo family of daily activities. 
He is truly unique
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Songwriter camp

This week is Robin Stjernberg at songwriter camp cottage in winter Jämtland with Benjamin Roustaing, which he wrote Under Water EP with. Hope they get the best music inspiration in this beautiful environment, for they really makes epic music together! And Robin is so adorable charming, when he sees a piano at Supermarket Svenstavik and sits down and sings acoustic Under Water (see it on his facebook page)
Baby, it´s cold outside. Can´t wait for EP2 and tour 2019 this spring

Melodifestivalen songwriter 2019

Once again he proves that he has skills! Robin Stjernberg is one of the songwriters to Omar´s song "Om igen" in Melodifestivalen 2019! Together with Johan Lindbrandt, Jens Hult and Omar Rydberg, the artist himself competes February 16th in Leksand. 

Robin has also worked with Oscar Enestad in the studio, with Oscar's new music (but not melfest, as I thought first)

The heart of magical perfection

Last week magical showcase at Atlantis studio in Stockholm, when Robin Stjernberg performs live and opening his heart with his new music. "Under Water" is epic powerful but "ALWAYS"  touch the heart so incredibly much with beautiful piano. 

Under Water Showcase 2018

Congratz to all the winners of the Under Water Showcase then 21 November in the legendary Atlantis Studion in Stockholm! 
* The winners have been informed by mail by Team Robin

Interview by QANDA

Source:  QANDA
After the success of Idol, Mello and Eurovision, Robin Stjernberg looks instead inward. The EP 'Under Water' is an open popsoul letter to himself that the most important thing will always be the music.
With the hand on the heart, all these songs are strong enough to be released as single. So it does not feel like you tried to pull it out at all with these four songs on the EP ...
Thank you, and I agree! The reason was probably that both me and my team felt to get out more songs at the same time, as I did not release more than one single at a time since 'Pieces' came!
Can I bit hasty interpret it further as there is more?
- Yes, there are more songs! But they will I start releasing this spring
Why did not Love come with?
- Simply because it was not written during this period and therefore broke the "concept" compared to the new songs, even though I love it just as much! These songs are held together by being open letters that I wrote to myself, where I tell about the different stages I've gone through and I've learned too much about the music.
Also purely musical, they are held together because I fully support the threads both in the writing and now in the productions! This means that although the songs are quite different, they have a uniform sound...
Where I am the common denominator.
'Under Water' felt like a fitting "umbrella name" since the whole EP is about my inner journey with the goal of loving and accepting myself as I am that I will come to the surface.
It feels like you have come to your right now. You feel more you and genuine now what I've perceived-to you as before. It shines through the songs. Is that a thought you can recognize at all?
- I understand it clearly! After all, it has taken time. Idol and Melodifestivalen has been fantastic for my career, but in order to find myself both on and off the stage and not least musically, I have had to spend all the hours and more or less got to unlock myself to develop. To develop in a direction I chose. And it's so bad that you think it's heard!
Did you know who you were when you stood before Eurovision's 170 million audience?
- Yes, wow ... I'd been twenty-two years old and of course I did not really know who I was. But that's so big a question, do I still know that? Do you know anything? All I knew was that I loved every minute of standing on stage and singing my songs. And I still do that. For me, the most important thing has been the music and I have always tried to keep my focus.
What did you feel when you stood there on stage?
"Being on the stage and singing was actually not so nervous when it was in Eurovision. I had been "practiced" by Mello and had a wonderful support from the home crowd in Skåne. So that was just fun!
There will be many ghostly evening press articles in such contexts...
"The attention you can get then is just a part of it, and you have to get used to and choose yourself if you want to comment or not, so it's pretty nice.
Since then, you have written a lot for other artists, including last year's 'I Can not Go On' winner, which also took Robin Bengtsson to Eurovision. What has made you write to other artists?
- Good question! I actually do not know yet. But the whole process of constantly sitting and writing does not make it even worse. I'm probably in the studio six days a week, it's different. Sometimes I have cut fifteen-sixteen hours a day. Which is quite a lot. But I try to keep it at a reasonable level in order not to tire the brain. But it's somehow a little bit like any job. You get faster on finding solutions in the creation, so I suppose I responded to it! (Laughing)
You also did 'Last Word' with Niello. Do you want to do more in Swedish?
- Absolutely, but it will probably take a while! My ambition is to take me outside Sweden's borders with my music right now, and the easiest tool is to sing in English.
Talking about him can you also rap?
- I love to rap! It's not too many people who have heard it, but in my computer there are about ten songs where I get rid of homemade beats ... (laughs)
Of course, it's another thing when you make music to others, but in your own music you often sit with other songwriters? How do you make sure that you really are "coming to the surface" in the end?
"It is about finding people whom you trust and who are as open as one is in the creation. It is magical to also get direct feedback that you are not alone in your feelings and thoughts, because then you also get an answer and a receipt that what you write is related. The songs are self-perceived to one hundred percent when written to myself. It is important to me. Above all, I'll feel what I'm writing.
Have noticed that the songs usually get better then.
If I'm writing with others, we usually start the day by sitting and talking about everything or nothing, important as unimportant things. And then something just pops out of the conversation. But it can also start, actually too-key now when I'm thinking about playing around with chords on the piano.
I usually let the tunes set the tone for what the song is about. "Do these chords feel sad or happy?" "Is it a melancholy story or a happy one?" and so on. It's everyday, my own feelings, but also people who inspire me. Like the people I wrote the music with for example.
Who did you write these four songs with?
- Benjamin Roustaing, Johan Lindbrandt, Martin Eriksson, Jon Eyden, Lewis Gardiner and Jack Hawitt!
'I Don´t' is about how negative thoughts affect and stand in our way? When did you feel so?
-Exactly! Today I have one such day for example. Everything is a bit gray outside the studio and my flow is not real as it usually is. But I'll get it through because I've learned what I need to do to feel good! I almost think it's a constant feeling or in case one knocks one on the shoulder a little bit from time to time. It just applies to being prepared and shaking back so that you do not let the mind down.
It's not least four soul songs. How do you relate to the soul?  
- Love that kind of music, of course. Soul is clearly in the stories, and then it became natural that the souvenir got married with the lyrics and, above all, it felt natural with my voice.
Will it be able to see something you live now?
- I have just started a soundcheck period. I'm sitting and trying to learn a loop machine to "spicea" my live set. Exciting, but difficult. I will have some gig in the fall and winter and also do a showcase in the Atlantis studio on 21 November. So I look forward to it! 
Right now, I have a goal of getting started and perform more this spring and summer especially, so put me on any stage, I will not get off. For now I have spent enough time down in the studio. It's time to get out and play
What would you say has been your most memorable gig so far?
- Most memorable? Hmm! Eurovision is clearly up there. But I have to say the summer tour that I had after that, it's unforgettable. So far, it's the funniest thing I've done live, to have a tour with my best friends and meet a lot of lovely people who like my music!

Under Water Showcase 2018

Robin Stjernberg EP baby "Under Water" is a month old, and still so lovely! And over 300 000 streams on Spotify. Do you know the words yet? I thought trying to write down the lyrics of all songs, some lyric is out on Robin Instagram already. 
But now it´s time to hear them live! Robin Stjernberg will perform an exclusive showcase on November 21th in the legendary Atlantis studio in Stockholm. Participate by responding to the following: What city is Robin Stjernberg raised in? Send your reply to The winners are selected by Freebird Entertainment and will be announced by mail, Friday November 16th. *The winner is entitled to bring a guest. Travel and living are not included in the price. 

Perform live very soon

Robin Stjernberg rehearsing all the new "Under Water" songs with a new live set in the studio at the moment! He will perform live very soon a city near you. A small event happens somewhere in Stockholm soon, stay turned for more info! 

P4 Stockholm Live

Robin Stjernberg perform a flawless without any blemishes or imperfections, perfect acoustic version of "I Don´t" and "Under Water" with amazing choir song by Lionman and Louise live at P4 Stockholm. And a interview about personal letters "Under Water" EP. 
For a time Robin had a heavy struggled and got the singer-writer block, and don´t like himself; what do I have to give and thought if he should really keep going with the music. He has so much demand on himself and wants to do everything best, he ended up in this dark water. So was, "Under Water" EP born! His personal letters and diary from his heart. He talks about that he wants people to listen to the lyrics of his songs and acquainted himself in different situations in life that we never talk about. 
Listen to the "Under Water" EP on Spotify

Just getting started

Robin Stjernberg was Pop panelen guest star last week, listen on iTunes at podcaster. There he talked about the meaning of "Under Water" EP and he has felt zero pressure for this release because "Under Water" is written from his heart and now we can expect a new EP 2, 2019! 

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And something is going on probably, when he now rehearsing a new live set. And he says "can’t wait to start doing live shows" on Twitter. Hope he kicks off dates for his upcoming Spring Tour 2019. 


Off My Mind

Outstanding singer-songwriter and producer, and these amazing vocals! Robin makes music with Steerner again and this masterpiece is out now! "Off My Mind" written and co. producer by Robin Stjernberg.
Listen on Spotify and iTunes!

Nominated for this year's Hässleholmare

Robin Stjernberg is nominated for this year's Hässleholmare! 39 people have been nominated to the award for this year's Hässleholmare 2018. Here there are entrepreneurs, journalists, musicians and artists, but also politicians and debaters. Among the nominees are former winner Robin Stjernberg, year 2012 and 2013. And it will be the 15th year in a row that the year award Hässleholmare awarded and this will take place at Hässleholm Gala Evening, in Skåne which this year will be held on November 16th.
We say good luck!

Under Water EP

 Listen to "Under Water " and support Robin Stjernberg on Spotify and Apple Music
Robin Stjernberg long-awaited EP is titled "Under Water" just as one of his new song on the EP. All the songs are as if they were taken from Robin's own diary and let us glimpse and partly follow his journey!
"Often we only talk about everything that is good in life and ignore the rest. But I want to change that and start to piant a more complete picture of who I really am, something you will find when listening to my new music"
"This is where I become friends with myself and singing to myself that I will always love me despite my shortcomings. It's something I struggled to love myself because it's such a stressful climate to be human today with social media and superficiality. I wanted to close the door to the anxiety I had when I wrote the music - that's why I walk and shut the door in "Always".
"It was a almost surrealistic feeling to write it because I knew immediately that it would give me an end to all that I wrote on the EP and it would help me move on." This, in many ways, owes and honestly, the song talks about being open to all the things we are struggling with and from it teaches us to love ourselves."
The songs on "Under Water" describe life; deep friendship, negative thoughts we have about ourselves, dare to ask for help and let someone in to life. The final track "Always" is the last song written for the EP and the one that is the most scaled down and although the song is low, there is a sound roughness. It's glaring about the chair and phrases about clothes and body parts that move.The strings of the piano sound out. The lid is laid down and the piano man is traveling and walks with a firm footstep. With those sounds, the song always ends, the last track on Robin Stjernberg's new ep.  He describes the song "Always" as an end to the ep's theme where every song is a letter to himself and Always ties the bag together.
Robin Stjernberg himself stands for production with Johan Lindbrandt and Martin Eriksson. In the songwriting he has worked with Johan, Benjamin Roustaing, Jack Hewitt, Jon Eyden and Lewis Gardiner.

I Don´t

It's a uptempo song with soul and gives us a sense of courage and freedom. "I Don´t" is his first single from his very personal EP "Under Water". The song describes the damaging and those negative thoughts we tend to have about ourselves; but also to say that now it is enough. It's time to move on. Robin Stjernberg has produced "I Don´t" and wrote it along with Benjamin Roustaing, Jack Hewitt and Lewis Lockhart Curtains. 
Listen and support on Spotify