FRIENDS OF SANDQVIST: F.N.Y

Fanny Hultman, also known as F.N.Y, is a Swedish songwriter, producer, artist and dear Friend of Sandqvist. She’s been recognized for her beautifully intimate and straight forward electronic pop/rnb about love, acceptance and sexual freedom, releasing her first EP 4 april till 3 juni last summer, later followed by singles Fridhemsplan and Silvana. We’re lucky to have had Fanny in our lives since 2015, when she started working extra at the Sandqvist flagship store on Södermalm in Stockholm. And we hope to keep her with us for as long as possible, before she goes off to take over the world.

“It’s been going way better than I ever could’ve imagined. The releases got great response, resulting in several gigs and my songs being played frequently on Swedish radio. Feels incredible.”
F.N.Y is one of Fanny’s many projects. Together with friend Madelene Eliasson she also writes and produces music for other already up and running artists, where she most recently co-wrote Kygo’s new single, “First Time”.

“We mainly write pop/rnb influenced music in English but sometimes we also do house top lines I actually co-wrote Kygo’s latest single which features Ellie Goulding. It’s such a cool thing for me since I’ve always admired them both as artists. And they’re both so unreachable in a way, that hearing them do your song is really an amazing thing.”

This summer F.N.Y. will be performing at Oslo Pride and at the Swedish musical festival Putte i Parken, both Karlstad and in Stockholm. Catch her there!

Fanny about the images:



Left: Paper chains and candy canes from a glogg party we threw at our studio. We played glogg pong, nothing I would recommend...
Upper right: Madelene who’s a guitarist got this Frankenstein plectrum holder as a gift from her dad one Halloween. We named it Jerry-Frank as a tribute to our teachers at Musikmakarna (http://www.musikmakarna.se/en).
Bottom right: The LP of my friend Josefin’s band, Dead Vibrations and Chimamanda’s book ”Alla borde vara feminister” (we should all be feminists).

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