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Martin Sköld

Martin Sköld
Origin Sparreholm, Sweden
Genres Alternative rock, post-punk, indie-rock, electropop, experimental rock
Instruments Bass guitar, keyboards
Years active 1990–present
Labels Sonet, Universal
Associated acts Polaroid Kiss, Kent
Website kent.nu

Martin Sköld (born October 2, 1970 in Sparreholm, Södermanland) is a Swedish musician who plays bass and keyboards in the Swedish alternative rock band Kent. Alongside lead singer Joakim Berg he is responsible for writing the band's music.[1]

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External links

  • kent.nu - Official website
  • kentjunkie.com - English Kent fan site
  • English translations of Kent lyrics
  • AllMusic
  • Discogs

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