Posts Tagged ‘Mount Song’

We’ve already posted a couple of cracking tunes from Swedish indie band Mount Song that absorb some lovely touches of psychedelia, folk and even on this latest track Rocket Ride a soupçon of classic 90s grunge.

Fans of bands from the Flaming Lips to Grandaddy will definitely find something to like here. It comes from their self-titled debut which dropped last Friday via Suncave Recordings.

 

More From Mount Song

Posted: April 21, 2017 in Americana, Folk, Indie, Music, Rock
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With influences that range from the psychedelia of The Flaming Lips and MGMT to the more sombre likes of Jose Gonzalez, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and Jeff Buckley, Swedish singer-songwriter Jacob Johansson aka Mount Song has shared the second single from his new self-titled album.

Incorporating an absorbing mix of traditional folk-indie tropes with tentative descents into psychedelia and more prog-inspired sounds, Here It Goes merges dark, hazy atmospherics to create a moving reaction to loss and change.

Stream it below.

 

MM Shorts 929: Mount Song

Posted: March 16, 2017 in Folk, Indie, Music, Rock
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Listen to the lovely, melancholy sweetness of Halo by Swedish singer-songwriter, Mount Song, that takes its inspiration from the likes of Elliott Smith, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Jose Gonzalez.

The track is about the sadness that accompanies dealing with life’s demons.

I stepped into the dark
Because my eyes are filling up with empty things

Stream it here.