Alcazar have become one of Sweden's most popular and successful groups since their début single was released back in 1999. They have scored 13 top 40 hits in Sweden including 2 number ones and 8 top 10 hits.
Alcazar are also well known for their participation in the Swedish Eurovision pre-selection contest 'Melodifestivalen' - having competed a total of 5 times (2003 - "Not a Sinner, Nor a Saint," 2005 - "Alcastar," 2009 - "Stay the Night," 2010 - "Headlines," 2014 - "Blame It On The Disco").
Alcazar reformed in July 2007 to perform at the London Astoria as part of a celebration of Swedish music masterminded by producer Alexander Bard of Army of Lovers fame.
Alcazar took a break in August 2011 after a concert at Stockholm Pride. They announced their comeback and participation in Melodifestivalen 2014 in late 2013.
They have released three studio albums and one compilation.