Album: Single Release Only (2013)
Charted: 3
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  • Klingande is a French Deep House duo comprising Cédric Steinmuller and Edgar Catry. Their name is Swedish for 'little sound.' Steinmuller explained to Levi Haers: "When I started DJing and producing music I was really inspired by Swedish house music. That's why when we were looking for a name we looked in Swedish dictionary. And we find Klingande."
  • Released as Klingande's second single in September 2013, the saxophone-led club track topped the charts in a number of European countries including Austria, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
  • The song title is a Swedish word meaning 'rejoicing, exultation, jubilation or cheers.' It does not appear in the lyrics.


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