Lasse Lindh

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Lasse Lindh

Lasse Lindh (born 27 March 1974) is a Swedish indie pop musician. His debut album, Bra, came out on EMI in 1998, and featured three charting singles in Sweden.[1] Lindh began singing in English for his second album, You Wake Up at Sea Tac (the title is a reference to a line in Fight Club (film)), which was released in 2002. Lindh's relationship with South Korea dates back to 2006: his songs "The Stuff" and "C'mon Through" were used in the MBC TV series Soulmate. In 2014, his song "Run To You" was used in the drama, Angel Eyes[2] and in 2016-2017, his song "Hush" was used in the Korean drama Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (Goblin). His most recent album returns to Swedish. Lindh has contributed vocals to the recordings of labelmates Club 8.


  • Bra (EMI, 1998)
  • You Wake Up at Sea Tac (Hidden Agenda Records, 2002)
  • Lasse Lindh (2005)
  • Attica EP (2006)
  • Jag Tyckte Jag Var Glad (Groover Recordings, 2007)
  • When You Grow Old... Your Heart Dies (2007)
  • Pool (2008)
  • Sparks (2009)
  • The Tiger with No Stripes (2011)


  • Svenska hjärtan (2005)
  • Sommarens sista smak (2005)
  • Radion spelar aldrig våran sång (2006)
  • Du skär (2006)
  • Varje litet steg (2007)
  • Ingen vind kan blåsa omkull oss nu (2007)
  • Du behöver aldrig mer vara rädd (2008)
  • Kom kampsång (with Timo Räisänen) (2008)
  • 할로, 서울(Hallo, Seoul) (2011)
  • I Could Give You Love, OST. I Need Romance (2012)
  • Run To You Angel Eyes (2014)
  • Because I, OST. Bubble Gum (풍선껌) (2015)
  • Hush, OST. Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (도깨비) (2016)

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Title Year Peak chart position Sales

(Lasse Lindh)
  • KOR: 745,412+[4]
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God OST
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.


  1. ^ Lasse Lindh at
  2. ^ "THE CHOSUNILBO" , Swedish Pop Singer Moves to Seoul for Inspiration, July 01,2010
  3. ^ "Gaon Digital Chart". Gaon Chart. Retrieved 11 December 2016. 
  4. ^ Cumulative sales for "Hush":

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