January 2, 2003 17:14


The band are aided by The Hives, Soundtrack Of Our Lives and Hellacopters on their new LP...

THE CARDIGANS have formed a Swedish new rock revolution supergroup, including members of Hives, Soundtrack Of Our Lives and THE HELLACOPTERS, to appear on their new album.

The group release 'Long Gone Before Daylight' on March 24. The long-awaited follow-up to 1998's 'Gran Turismo', the first single from the record will be 'For What It's Worth', which has a tentative release date of March 10.

Although recorded in studios across the world, 'Long Gone Before Daylight' features the cream of the current Swedish rock scene - guest appearances come from Hives Howlin' Pelle Almqvist, Ebbot Lundberg from the Soundtrack Of Our Lives and Nick Royale from Hellacopters.

The group are expected to play live shows to support the album.

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