|"Ta mig tillbaka"|
|Single by Darin|
|from the album Fjärilar i magen|
|Released||13 March 2015|
|Songwriter(s)||Darin, Ollie Olson, David Lindgren Zacharias|
|Darin singles chronology|
"Ta mig tillbaka" ("Take Me Back") is the first single from Darin's seventh studio album Fjärilar i magen . It was released on 13 March 2015 in the Nordic countries and it is Darin's first self-written single in Swedish.
The song was written by Darin, Ollie Olson and David Lindgren Zacharias and recorded at Atlantis Studio in Stockholm.
On 9 March 2015 Darin shared a clip on his Instagram account announcing the release of his first self-written single in Swedish. In the clip, he writes "Ta mig tillbaka" on a sheet of paper, which was later revealed to be the single's title. On 10 March, Darin changed the cover photo of his Facebook page, revealing the release date of "Ta mig tillbaka", being scheduled for 13 March. The single, which tells the memories from Darin's childhood, was released in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark and it was performed at the Norwegian-Swedish talk show Skavlanthe same day. It immediately peaked the Swedish iTunes singles chart and entered the top 10 iTunes singles chart in Norway. The single peaked the Swedish digital chart at number 1 on 3 May. It was later gold certified on 5 May and platinum certified on 19 May.
The music video of the single was released on 4 May on Darin's YouTube channel. It was directed by James Velasquez and filmed in Stockholm on 16, 17 and 24 March. In an interview with Darin Worldwide, Darin said that he "wanted the video to be one with the lyrics and the music, so there's a magical but simple feeling to it, with old clips of me and things from the time when I grew up in the '90s".
|Swedish Singles Chart (Sverigetopplistan)||11||Platinum|
|Swedish Digital Singles Chart (DigiListan)||1|
|Sweden||13 March 2015||Dex Music||Digital Download|
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