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Weeping Willows on stage in Stockholm, 2011.
|Associated acts||Stefan Sundström|
West End Girls
|Past members||Mats Hedén|
The band's first two albums are primarily influenced by the popular music of the late 1950s to early 1960s. With their third album Into the Light, Weeping Willows took a stylistic turn towards a more modern sound with alternative rock leanings.
The lyrics typically deal with unhappy love, loneliness and heart-ache.
In 2005 they were the at place 80 on the most played bands in the Swedish radio (with a top position of 5 in 2002). Most played songs are "Touch Me" (7th most played song in 2002 in Swedish Radio) and "Stairs" (8th most played song 2004 in Swedish Radio.)
The band has collaborated with Oasis member Andy Bell on several occasions. Weeping Willows guitarist/keyboardist Niko Röhlcke has also collaborated with English guitarist and singer/songwriter Marty Willson-Piper on a project called MOAT. They are currently working on their second release.
- Magnus Carlson - Vocals
- Ola Nyström - Guitar, Background vocals
- Anders Hernestam - Drums
- Niko Röhlcke - Guitar, keyboards
- Anders Kappelin - Bass guitar
- Stefan Axelsen - Bass guitar
- Mats Hedén - Keyboards
- Thomas Sundgren - Percussion
|1997||Broken Promise Land||13||–|
|2002||Into the Light||1||–|
|2007||Fear & Love||2||–|
|2014||The Time Has Come||2||24|
|2014||Christmas Time Has Come||4||–|
|2016||Tomorrow Became Today||1||41|
- "Broken Promise Land" (1997) SWE #23 NED: 92
- "Eternal Flames" (1997)
- "Blue and Alone" (1997)
- "You're everywhere" (1999) (with The Boppers, from the motion picture Under the Sun)
- "True to You" (1999)
- "By the River" / "I Close My Eyes" (1999)
- "When You Are Asleep" (1999)
- "While I'm Still Strong" (1999)
- "Touch Me" (2001) SWE #21
- "Falling" (2002)
- "Stairs" (2004) SWE #22
- "You Weren't Even Close" (2004)
- "Lost Love" (2004)
- "I'm Gonna Let Love Find Me" (2005) SWE #44
- "The Burden" (2007) SWE #49
- "Shiver in the Morning Light" (2007)
- "(We're In) Different Places" (2014)
- "My Love Is Not Blind" (2016)
- Live in Helsinki (2005)
- "Weeping Willows discography". swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
- "Weeping Willows discography". finnishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 15 March 2014.
- "Veckolista Album, vecka 13". Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
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