Abalone Dots come from a small town in Sweden called Vastervik on the outskirts of Stockholm. The talented musicians--Rebecka Hjukström (Age 22), Louise Holmer (Age 25), Elin Mörk (Age 24), and Sophia Hogman (age 24)--have played together for six years and have already become a top-selling artist on RCA Sweden since releasing their debut album in 2007, From A Safe Distance. The album immediately entered at the top of the Swedish charts, allowing the foursome to cultivate a rapidly-growing audience in the Scandinavian countries. Their current single, "Solo," from their sophomore release, Traveler, continues to garner attention including a Grammy Award (Swedish Grammis), multiple performances on major TV shows in Europe, and a cover story in Scanorama--instantly branding the Abalone Dots as media darlings.
The overwhelming excitement behind their music has intrigued audiences in the U.S. and sparked interest from top-name industry professionals. This excitement has led the Dots to cross genres, as well as oceans, to pursue their dream of touring the States.