Henric de la Cour

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Henric de la Cour
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De la Cour performing live at the Kalabalik på Tyrolen festival in August 2012.
Background information
Birth namePaul Henric Dornonville de La Cour
Born (1974-10-08) 8 October 1974 (age 45)
OriginEskilstuna, Sweden
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, record producer, musician
Years active1993–present
Associated actsYvonne, Strip Music

Henric de la Cour born Paul Henric Dornonville de La Cour in Eskilstuna on 8 October 1974 is a Swedish songwriter, musician and singer.


Henric de la Cour started his musical career as the lead vocal in the Swedish group Yvonne made up of Henric de la Cour (vocals), David Lindh (guitar), Tobias Holmberg and Rikard Lindh (synthesizers), Christian Berg (bass) and Niklas Jonsson (drummer). It was founded in 1993 and folded in 2002. In a decade, the group released 4 albums and a great number of singles. For Swedish language page of group, see Yvonne (musikgrupp)

Strip Music[edit]

After break-up of Yvonne, three of its members including lead vocalist Henric de la Cour formed Strip Music in 2003 made up of Henric de la Cour (vocals), David Lindh (guitar), Christian Berg and Jens Hellqvist (synthesizers), Valdemar Asp (bass) and Richard Ankers (drums). It disbanded after releasing two albums. Strip Music traveled internationally and performed in England, The Netherlands, Norway, Denmark and Finland. In 2009, the group was put on hold as Henric de la Cour turned his attention to other projects. For Swedish language page of group, see Strip Music


Henric de la Cour continued his musical career. He was featured on electronica star Andreas Tilliander's album "Show". Then he lent his voice to Fireside member Per Nordmarks solo project 'Bad Hands'. He worked as a DJ and also played the part of Jack Skellington when "A Nightmare Before Christmas" was turned into a live musical.

He released his self-titled debut album Henric de la Cour, released in Scandinavia on 19 October 2011 and rest of the world on 28 October 2011.

He is appearing as the focus of a new documentary by Jacob Frössén be shown on the Swedish National Television SVT.[1]



As part of Yvonne
  • 1995: Yvonne
  • 1997: Getting Out, Getting Anywhere
  • 1999: True Love
  • 2001: Hit That City
As part of Strip Music
  • 2004: Strip Music
  • 2006: Hollywood & Wolfman
Year Album Peak positions Certification
2011 Henric de la Cour 25
2013 Mandrills 36
2018 Gimme Daggers


As part of Yvonne
  • 1995: "Frozen"
  • 1995: "Wires"
  • 1997: "Modern Love"
  • 1997: "Protect Me"
  • 1999: "My Man Foreverman"
  • 1999: "Sleepless Nights"
  • 2000: "Relevations"
  • 2001: "Bad Dream"
  • 2001: "Out of the Gash"
  • 2001: "Lost in the City Nights"
As part of Strip Music
  • 2004: "Desperation"
  • 2004: "Never Die"
  • 2005: "24 Hrs"
  • 2006: "Sugar and Lime"
  • 2011: "80s"

See also[edit]


  1. ^ SideLine: Henric de la Cour debut lands in October 2011
  2. ^ "Henric de la Cour discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 20 September 2013.

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