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Bliss (Danish band)

For the English pop music group, see Bliss (band).
Origin Denmark Denmark
Genres Ambient music
Years active 2001–present
Labels Music for Dreams
Associated acts Sophie Barker Sasha Lazard
Members Steffen Aaskoven
Marc-George Anderson
Salvador "Tchando" Embalo
Alexandra Hamnede

Bliss is a Danish music band.


With musicians from Denmark, Sweden, and Guinea-Bissau, Bliss is an international world music chill out pop band based in Denmark. Since 2001, they have released several albums and their tracks have appeared in international compilations and on television programs like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.[1]

In 2002, Zero 7's Sophie Barker was featured as a guest singer on the Quiet Letters album. In 2009, she also collaborated and provided vocals on the album No One Built This.

"Breathe," from Quiet Letters, was featured in the 2009 drama Powder Blue[2] and in Buddha Bar Volume Seven by DJ Ravin and David Visan.


  • Steffen Aaskoven - producer & composer
  • Marc-George Anderson - composer
  • Sophie Barker - guest vocal
  • Alexandra Hamnede - Vocals


  • Afterlife, released 2001
  • Quiet Letters, released 2003
  • '"They Made History", released 2005
  • No One Built This Moment, released 2009
  • So Many of Us, released May 2013

See also


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