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Max Flövik, Martin Westerstrand and Daniel Cordero of Lillasyster at Metaltown 2008
Max Flövik, Martin Westerstrand and Daniel Cordero of Lillasyster at Metaltown 2008
Background information
OriginGothenburg, Sweden
GenresAlternative metal, hard rock, nu metal, hardcore punk
Years active2006 — present
2004 — 2006 as Rallypack
LabelsGain Music Entertainment
Associated actsLOK
MembersMartin Westerstrand
Max Flövik
Daniel Cordero
Ian-Paolo Lira

Lillasyster is a Swedish rock band formed in Gothenburg in 2006. They released their debut album, Hjärndöd musik för en hjärndöd generation (Braindead Music For A Braindead Generation) in May 2007.


Lillasyster (meaning Little Sister) was formed as Rallypack in 2004, by former LOK members Martin Westerstrand (lead vocals) and Daniel Cordero (bass). After a while, Rallypack changed the name to Lillasyster. In February 2007 their first single "Berätta det för Lina" ("Tell It to Lina" in English) was released and in May 2007 they released their first album. They are also known for their cover versions of R&B star Rihanna's "Umbrella" the same year (2007) and Katy Perry's "Roar" (2014) which became successful. The style of Lillasyster's music is very similar to LOK's music.

They will participate in Melodifestivalen 2021.[1]


Studio albums[edit]

  • Sod Off, God! We Believe in Our Rockband (2004) (as Rallypack)
  • Hjärndöd musik för en hjärndöd generation (2007)
  • Det Här Är Inte Musik Det Här Är Kärlek (2009)
  • 3 (2012)
  • 4 (2016)
  • Svensk Jävla Metal (2021)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Hjärndöd Kärlek (2010)
  • Tala är silver, skrika är guld (2013)


  • Svensk Jävla Metal (2018)


  • "Berätta det för Lina" (2007)
  • "Rad efter Rad (Dreamhack Anthem)" (2009)
  • "Jag Är Här Nu" (2009)"
  • "Så jävla bra" (2011)"



Title Year Peak chart positions Album
"Pretender" 2021 22 non-album single


  • Martin Westerstrand - Lead vocals
  • Max Flövik - Guitar
  • Andy OhMyGod - Bass
  • Ian-Paolo Lira - Drums

Other contributors[edit]

Daniel Cordero left the band in 2011 and Andy Oh'MyGOD has taken the place as bass player now.


  1. ^ "LISTA: De tävlar i Melodifestivalen 2021". Aftonbladet. Retrieved 4 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Veckolista Singlar, vecka 10" (in Swedish). Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 13 March 2021.

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