The intention was always to practice for her piano lessons, but this ADD child frequently found herself taking long breaks from Mozart to create her own pop-melodies.

While her peers were out playing and getting into trouble, Elodie could be found in the basement of her house in Stockholm, Sweden, writing her own songs on her toy keyboard and recording them onto cassette tapes. Eventually she outgrew this setup, and after six years of living in the US with her family, she began studying music synthesis at the world renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston.

After graduating from Berklee in 2007, Elodie bravely left her family in the US and moved back to her homeland alone to pursue her lifelong dream of being an artist, hoping that her Swedish sound would find an audience. And she didn’t have to wait very long for things to start happening – after only a few short months, Elodie‘s voice would soon be heard in clubs, on the radio and on TV all over Europe.


Elodie is keeping busy collaborating with successful producers such as John Dahlbäck, with whom she has released several tracks to date, including the monster club hit ‘Blink’ which took the world by storm in 2007, particularly in France where it reached 30 on the national chart.

The video for Blink has been played on MTV all over Europe and had more than 5 million views on Youtube. Elodie also has been collaborating with accomplished producers Manuel de la Mare, Tyler Michaud, DPP and more exciting collaborations to come.

Stockholm, Sweden