Saybia is a BIG hit in the Netherlands

The Danes goes directly in as number 6 on the Dutch album hit chart
Last week Saybia released their 3rd album, and even that It’s to early to say how well it has managed on the Danish hit chart, we can already bring a success story from abroad.

The band has gone directly in as number 6 on the Dutch album hit chart, which makes them the highest placed international new release on the chart.

Saybia has done well in the Netherlands with their first 2 albums, but it’s the 1st time they went so high on the chart. The sales success comes after a concert at Lowlands in August, where they played for 15.000 people, and by the look of it, et seems like some of the pleased audiences also have bought the new album.

Furthermore is Saybia in rotation with the single “Angel” on several Dutch radio stations, so in other words, it goes great for the band in the Netherlands.

Author

John Fogde (Gaffa)

Original Danish version

Danskerne går direkte ind som nummer 6 på den hollandske album hitliste
Saybia udsendte i sidste uge deres tredje album, men selvom det endnu er for tidligt at sige, hvor godt det har klaret sig på den danske hitliste, kan vi allerede nu bringe en succeshistorie fra de varme lande.

Gruppen er nemlig gået direkte ind som nummer seks på den hollandske albumhitliste, hvilket gør dem til den højest placerede internationale nyhed på hitlisten.

Saybia har gjort det godt i Holland med deres to første plader, men det er første gang, at de går så højt på hitlisten. Salgssuccessen kommer efter, at bandet spillede for 15.000 mennesker på den hollandske Lowlands-festival i august, og nu kunne noget tyde på, at en god flok af de tilfredse festivalgæster også har samlet det nye album op.

Saybia er desuden i rotation med singlen “Angel” på en række hollandske radiostationer, så det kører med andre ord særdeles godt for bandet i det hollandske.

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