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

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

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.