Petra Marklund (born 12 September 1984) is a Swedish singer, songwriter and TV presenter. She formerly went under her stage name September in the oughts before reverting to her own name starting with 2012's Inferno.
- 1999 - Teen Queen
- 2004 - September
- 2005 - In Orbit
- 2007 - Dancing Shoes
- 2011 - Love CPR
- 2012 - Inferno
- 2015 - Ensam inte stark
- 2021 - Frimärken
Contains examples of:
- Album Title Drop:
- September has "September All Over"
- Love CPR is a lyric from "Resuscitate Me"
- Break-Up Song: "Flowers on the Grave" and "Cry for You", among others. In interviews she has lampshaded the fact that she writes a lot of break-up songs.
- Headphones Equal Isolation: Subverted by "Party in My Head" in which the narrator wants people to come close so that they can hear what's playing on her headphones as well.
- Hymn to Music: "Music", "Party in My Head", "Mikrofonkåt"
- Meaningful Rename: With the Genre Shift of "Inferno", she reverted to her birth name.
- Rearrange the Song: The remix of "Cry For You" from Dancing Shoes' is a clubby dance-pop song as opposed to an uptempo ballad. The Dave Ramone remix released in the UK is even more clubbier.
- Temporal Theme Naming: Yes, her birthday is in September.