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Ulige Numre
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Nu Til Dags (2013)
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Ulige Numre ("odd numbers" in Danish), played their debut gig the 26th of November 2010 in "HUSET-KBH", placed in Magstræde in Copenhagen. Playing early songs such as "Sølvvognen"("silver chariot") and "Hænder"("hands"). Through 2011 they built up a small fanbase in Copenhagen, while they recorded their music. The 26th of September 2011 their debut single "København" ("Copenhagen") was released. Straight away it went to be a charting single. The self-produced music video was launched on their YouTube channel. The video, containing old footage about Copenhagen and clips from feature films, received wide media coverage and attention on social media sites. The single was promoted on DR P3, and the band made appearances on TV shows including Det Nye Talkshow - med Anders Lund Madsen. In 2012, "København" won "Best Song 2012" at Årets Steppeulv awards.

On 31 October 2011, the band released its well-received self-titled EP Ulige numre. It was released on Auditorium label and is produced by Nikolaj Nørlund. The singles "København" and "Navn i sneen" ("name in the snow") received heavy airplay on Danish radio station P3. In 2012 Ulige Numre had a growing fanbase and played concerts all over Denmark, mainly on Danish festivals, the biggest being Roskilde Festival. In June 2013, the single "Blå" (meaning "blue") was released and received a lot of airplay on Danish radio. The single reached number 38 on the Danish charts. The 12th of August their debut album "Nu til Dags" ("now a days") was released, and went number 1 on the Danish charts. The 19th of September 2013 Ulige Numre began their "Nu til Dags"-tour around Denmark. The tour began in Aarhus and ended in Copenhagen the 26th of October.

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