Daniel Lindström

Daniel Lindström (born January 30, 1978) is a Swedish singer from Umeå who won the Swedish Idol 2004 contest against Darin Zanyar. His first single, "Coming True", sold double platinum, and his self-titled album, released in December 2004, topped the Swedish pop charts. The second album Nån slags verklighet (Some kind of reality) contains songs written in Swedish by the singer himself. His third album, D-Day, was released in January 2009. He is currently living with his wife and his newborn child in Solna, Sweden. He moved to Esbjerg, Denmark in 2014.

Daniel Lindström
Daniel Lindström in 2009. Photo by Bengt Nyman.
Background information
Birth nameDaniel Lindström
Born (1978-01-30) January 30, 1978
OriginUmeå, Sweden
Years active2004present
LabelsSony BMG (20042007)
LaLuff Records (2007Present)
WebsiteOfficial website

Idol 2004 performances


Daniel Lindström discography
Studio albums3
Music videos5

The following is a complete discography of every album and single released by Swedish Pop music artist Daniel Lindström.

Studio albums

Year Information Sweden[1] Sales and Certifications
2004 Daniel Lindström
  • First studio album
  • Released: December 9, 2004
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Format: CD
Swedish sales: 53,000

IFPI: Platinum

2006 Nån slags verklighet
  • Second studio album
  • Released: August 16, 2006
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Format: CD
Swedish sales: 22,000

IFPI: Gold

2009 D-Day
  • Third studio album
  • Released: January 29, 2009
  • Label: LaLuff Records
  • Format: CD
Swedish sales: 3,000



Year Song Sweden
Certification Album
2004 "Coming True" 1 2xPlatinum (IFPI) Daniel Lindström
2005 "My Love Won't Let You Down" 10
2006 "Nån slags verklighet" 26 Nån slags verklighet
2008 "Saturday Night" D-Day
"Caught in that Feeling"
2012 "I Know Nothing" Non-album single


  1. Steffen Hung. "Daniel Lindström - Daniel Lindström". swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 2012-08-24.
  2. Steffen Hung. "Daniel Lindström - Coming True". swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 2012-08-24.
Preceded by
Idol winner
Daniel Lindström (2004)
Succeeded by
Agnes Carlsson
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