KLINGANDE & KRISHANE – Rebel Yell




Cédric Steinmyller (born 30 November 1991), best known by his stage name Klingande, …

… is a French DJ and tropical house producer with a prominent use of the piano and the saxophone.

Klingande was originally a duo, until 2015, consisting of Steinmyller and fellow Frenchman Edgar Catry (born 1991).

The name Klingande is pronounced “Kling-an-de”, which is Swedish for “chiming”.

The stage name, as well as some of his songs, are in Swedish because of Steinmyller’s admiration of the language.

According to him, it sounds like it’s being sung when it’s just being spoken.

With this in mind, the name was founded after a search in a Swedish dictionary.

Klingande is the present participle of the Swedish verb (att) klinga, which means ‘(to) chime’ or ‘(to) sound’.

The artist name thus means ‘chiming’ or ‘sounding’.

Klingande is also inspired by Steinmyller’s admiration for Swedish artists such as Avicii and Swedish House Mafia.

Steinmyller describes his music as “melodic house”.

Formed in December 2012, Klingande was originally a duo consisting of Steinmyller and fellow Frenchman Edgar Catry (born 1991).

When they were 10 years old, Catry and Steinmyller met at the Cross School, in northern France.

Steinmyller was more interested in the teaching of music theory before he distinguishing himself as a DJ…

… whereas Catry was more interested in piano in which he studied for more than four years.

Steinmyller had moved to London to study at Point Blank Music College for a year.

After returning from London to his hometown, Steinmyller had spent time with Catry before …

… discovering their same admiration for deep house producers such as Bakermat and Nico Push.

Klingande was soon formed.

Klingande self-released their debut single, “Punga” which gained attention and eventually made it to the French Singles Chart, …

… peaking at number 86, the song has also peaked at number 62 in Austria, number 59 in Germany and number 41 in Switzerland.

They found international chart success with their follow-up single “Jubel” which was released on September 10, 2013.

The song peaked at number 5 on the French Singles Chart and at number one in AustriaBelgiumGermanyItalySwitzerland and Poland.

The song was also a top five hit in Australia, France, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom and a top 10 hit in Denmark and the Netherlands.

In 2014, they released a remix of Clean Bandit’s “Extraordinary”.

Edgar Catry leaves the group shortly after, prompting Steinmyller to continue using the stage name, as a solo act.

On March 2, 2015, Steinmyller released his first single as a solo act, titled “RIVA (Restart the Game)” featuring French singer Broken Back.

It was released via Klingande Music with exclusive license to Ultra Records.

An official music video was uploaded by Ultra Records’ YouTube channel on 19 March 2015.

The song had charted in several countries including France, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Norway and Switzerland.

It was also certified gold by FIMI.

In 2016, he released two singles: “Losing U” featuring Daylight and “Somewhere New” featuring M-22.

An official music video for “Losing U” was uploaded by Ultra Records on 11 March 2016.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Discography


Singles

Year Title Peak chart positions
FRA
AUS
AUT
BEL
DEN
FIN
GER
ITA
NLD
NOR
SWE
SWI
UK
2013 “Punga” 86 62 24 59 41

 

Jubel 5 3 1 1 8 5 1 1 9 2 3 1 3
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum
  • BEA: Gold
  • BVMI: 2× Platinum
  • FIMI: 5× Platinum
  • IFPI NOR: 4× Platinum
  • GLF: 3× Platinum
  • IFPI SWI: Platinum

 

2015 RIVA (Restart the Game) 144 56 13 69 9 19 36 6
  • FIMI: Gold
2016 “Losing U” 88 64
  • FIMI: Gold

 

“Somewhere New”
(featuring M-22)
100
35
2017 “Pumped Up” 82 22
71

 

2018 “Rebel Yell”
(with Krishane)
[A]
“—” denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

 




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“Rebel Yell”

KlingandeKrishane

 (lyrics)

Verse 1:

What about freedom,
You’re more than the clothes that you put on your back, Keep dressing your demons,
But you can’t find your soul on the discount rack, People are people,
Yeah people are people and thats what they do, Also afraid of the truth.

Pre -Rise:

Can we peel off the lies and dig out the love, And the light that is shining inside of us all, It’s time to be brave he’s counting our days.

Chorus:

OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Oh !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Can you feel the love inna di air, Heh !! OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell.

Verse 2:

Show your true colours,
Wild flower pushing through the pavement cracks,
No one’s a stranger, we are all walking along the same path, People are people,
Yeah people are people we live and we die,
Got to get up and Try.

Pre – Rise:

Can we peel off the lies and dig out the love, And the light that is shining inside of us all It’s time to be brave he’s counting our days.

Chorus:

OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Oh !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Can you fell the love inna di air, Heh !! OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell

Middle 8:

Yeah !! Ye-ah !! Yeah !! Yea-ah !!

Pre – Rise:

Can we peel off the lies and dig out the love, And the light that is shining inside of us all It’s time to be brave he’s counting our days.

Chorus:

OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Oh !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell Can you fell the love inna di air, Yeah !! OH !! OH !! OH !!
This is my Rebel Yell, This is my Rebel Yell


Songwriters: Anne Judith Stokke Wik / Cedric Steinmyller / 
             Dennis Bierbrodt / Guido Kramer / Juergen Dohr / 
             Krishane Murray / Ronny Svendsen / Stefan Dabruck / 
             William Edward Simister

Rebel Yell lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC


















































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