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Original short description: "Swedish-Greek electronic pop project"

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Musical artist

VoColor is a Swedish-Greek electronic pop project. The group was founded in late-2019 and consists of vocalist and producer Sebastian Ekstrand, known as the main vocalist of Swedish metalcore band Escape the Day[1], and Greek lyricist Nikos Sofis, known for his work around the Eurovision Song Contest.


Sebastian Ekstrand and Nikos Sofis first met and started working in early-2016, when the two got together to work on Ekstrand's solo single "Come To Me".[1] Having collaborated well together, Sofis involved Ekstrand on the song "If I Could" for Moldovan artist Max Fall, a song that was submitted to represent Moldova in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.[2] The same year, the two worked on Ekstrand's next solo single, "Hold On".[3] During the same year, Ekstrand involved Sofis into the writing process of Escape the Day's comeback single "Breaking the Tide", released in early-2018. The two have also worked together on the song "Hypnotized", released in 2018 by popular Azerbaijani pop star Samra.[4][5] In 2019, Ekstrand and Sofis collaborated once again and wrote the song "Stop Breathing" for Angelika Pushnova, who tried to represent her country Belarus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.[6]

The duo will release their debut single "Savior" on 6 December 2019.[7]



  • 2019: "Savior"


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