|Origin Gothenburg, Sweden|
Years active 2007-present
Genre Pop music
|Associated acts Bad Cash Quartet
Past members Lars Malmros Pontus Tenggren Joel Alme
Albums En magisk tanke, Caligula, Från där jag ropar
Record labels Parlophone, Roxy Recordings, Parlophone Sweden
Members Martin Elisson, Joel Alme, Matti Ollikainen, Adam Bolméus, Lars Malmros
Gitarrer bas trummor hat h stpojken live
Hästpojken is a Swedish pop group from Gothenburg. The origin of the name Hästpojken (literally horseboy in Swedish) remains a mystery.
- Gitarrer bas trummor hat h stpojken live
- Former members
- Stand ins during live tours
The band was founded in 2007 and originally consisted of Martin Elisson, vocalist from Bad Cash Quartet, Adam Bolméus, guitarist also from the same band and Lars Malmros (Pop-Lars) drummer from Broder Daniel. This line-up released the band's debut album Caligula in 2008. Elisson and Bolmeus would write most of materials. 2010 saw the follow-up album Från där jag ropar after which Lars Malmros left the band. The band would see many changes in the line-up. The band's third album is En magisk tanke released in 2013. In 2014, Hästpojken played with Göteborgs symfoniker. The band is preparing a new album for release in 2015.
In 2014, Hästpojken was nominated as "best group" during P3 Guld awards.
Stand-ins during live tours
Gitarrer & bas - trummor & hatFrån där jag ropar · 2009
Utan personlig insatsCaligula · 2008
Samma himlarEn magisk tanke · 2013