Today, November 8, The Attic's debut album The One is released on CD in Sweden, and also on iTunes Store across Europe, Canada, Australia and Japan. The song The Arrival, accepted for Melodifestivalen 2007, is written by Michael Feiner and Eric Amarillo (The Attic) and they are set to perform the song themselves. They will be considered to be one of the hot favourties to win the competition.
The Attic is the pop-house duo collaboration of songwriters and producers Michael Feiner and Eric Amarillo. After working separately on different projects in all kinds of genres, it was the passion for pop music and the fascination of the energy and pulse on dance floors that finally brought them together working as a team, namely Stereopol. The track Dancin' Tonight with Stereopol featuring Nevada (licensed to Ministry of Sound U.K) had an irresistible disco vibe, and reached high chart positions both on dance-floor charts and radio charts all over the world 2003.
Theirfirst single I Just Can't Help Itstormed tonumber 1 for seven weeks on the Swedish Dance Chart, and was one of the most played tracks on the Swedish Radio in the winter/spring 2004. The song was also featured as the theme for Swedish national TV4's program Fortet (Fort Boyard) and The Attic also wrote the whole musical score for the program.
Second single Destiny also charted at number 1 on the Swedish Dance Chart and number 2 on the UK club chart. Eric Prydz (Call On Me) and Axwell (Feel The Vibe) both contributed with remixes of Destiny. Marie Sernholt's latest single I need a house was remixed by Michael Feiner from The Attic.
02. A Life to Live
03. In Your Eyes
04. It's Beautiful
05. On and On
06. Even If It Hurts Me
07. Catch Me When I Fall for You
08. The One3:30
09. I Just Can't Help It
10. Petite Difference
12. Minute After Minute
13. Can You Hear Me
14. In Your Eyes (Ballad Version)