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The new wave of Swedish punk is sweeping over the world and is perhaps best represented by KNUGEN FALLER, a band from Skellefteå in the very north of the social-liberal paradise Sweden.
KNUGEN FALLER roughly translates into "The Knig Falls" which is a reference to the fact the king of Sweden, Karl XVI Gustav, is a dyslectic and often misspells his name and title.
Their main influences are Göran Persson, Stefan Granberg and The Regulations but musically KNUGEN FALLER sounds more like Polly Styrene singing along to a "Bloodstains across Sweden" compilation.

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