Frida Snell

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Frida Snell (born 22 December 1981) is a Swedish pop/rock singer from Kiruna. She has roots in the village in Pajala municipality and now lives there. The debut album Black Trillium was released in 2002 and contains the hit single Lucky Day.[citation needed] In 2013, she released the album Wild Hearted Diamond with the music group Frida & the Coolants. She writes and produces her own music. She has also played bass, drums, guitar, and keyboard in a variety of bands based in her hometown.[citation needed]

Snell studied to be a forest officer at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Umeå, working from 2012 as environmental coordinator at Northland Resources, which conducts mining operations in Pajala Municipality.

Her record label is Stockholm Records, which has also signed Lisa Miskovsky, The Cardigans, and A Camp.[1]

She cites The Cardigans as a musical influence.

She has sung a duet, "There's a Rock," with Swedish singer Brolle.[2]


  1. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (2001-11-24). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
  2. ^ "Brolle - There's a Rock (Duet with Frida Snell) lyrics". musiXmatch. Retrieved 2016-01-26.

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