Germany’s Haldern Festival, France’s Les Eurockeennes De Belfort, Denmark’s Roskilde and the U.K.’s Summer Sundae Weekender have all snapped up a show.

Her album Youth Novels, produced by fellow Swede Bjorn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John – which got more than a half-dozen shows from ETEP 2007 – will be released in the summer.

The four new shows have taken her tally to six, as Norway’s Öya and Quart festivals had already committed, pushing her up 14 places to challenge the U.K.’s Blood Red Shoes and Does It Offend You, Yeah?, which have eight shows each.

She’s sharing third place with the U.K.’s Lightspeed Champion and France’s Yelle.

The other acts battling it out in the Top 10 are Sweden’s I’m From Barcelona and France’s The Do, which have five shows each.

Tenth place is being shared by four U.K. acts – Calvin Harris, Friendly Fires, The Heavy and Chrome Hoof – Germany’s Miss Platnum, and French bands Soko and Surkin, all with four shows each.

The second round of results that ETEP organiser Ruud Berends has published indicate that 54 artists from 14 European countries have picked up at least one festival appearance. The total number of shows is 132.

Last year’s ETEP produced a record-breaking 182 shows, although many of Europe’s major festivals have yet to make their choices for 2008.