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Vy Från Ett Luftslott

"Vy från ett luftslott"
Tillbaka till samtiden
Released June 15, 2008 (Digital download)
July 2, 2008 (CD single)
Format Digital download
CD single
Genre Alternative rock
Electro
Length 3:49
Label Sony BMG
Writer(s) Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld
Producer Kent, Joshua
Kent singles chronology

"Generation Ex"
(2008)
"Vy från ett luftslott"
(2008)
"Töntarna"
(2009)

Tillbaka till samtiden track listing
"Sömnen"
(6)
"Vy från ett luftslott"
(7)
"Våga vara rädd"
(8)

"Vy från ett luftslott" (Swedish for "View from a Castle in the Air") is the fourth and final single released from the album Tillbaka till samtiden, by the Swedish alternative rock band Kent.

This is a one-track single featuring a remix of "Vy från ett luftslott" by Punks Jump Up. It was first released as a free download on Kent's website on June 15, 2008, and then on CD on July 2, 2008. The remix is also used in the official music video, where Kent held a contest and asked fans to submit their own music videos. The band choose five finalist out of 65 entries, and the winner was selected in a poll on the band's forum.

The song spent nine weeks in the Swedish Singles Chart. It debuted at number 38 on July 10, 2008, and peaked at number 31 a week later.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Vy från ett luftslott" (Punks Jump Up Remix) – 3:49

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