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Indescribable

Guys this album is probably one of the best albums to exist in time. Mirador is just such an intensly amazing song and the feel of this song goes so well with the album art. This is one of those bands that give you emotions you can't feel by listening to anything else. Though I have never been stoned... this album would be my only reason for ever wanting to. Take that as a compiment! haha but seriously amazing album and it makes me proud listening to such pure talent. I really hope these guys keep producing this style of music. I like there lastest album (Pyramids?) but this album kicks poo all over it! ^^

Love it!

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Efterklang's post-rock experiments were first heard in December 2000, when childhood friends Casper Clausen (vocals), Mads Brauer (computer), and Rasmus Stolberg (guitar) — all three having recently moved to Copenhagen from the tiny Danish island of Als — joined musical forces with pianist Rune Mølgaard (piano) and drummer/trumpeter Thomas Husmer. From the start, the bandmembers took a D.I.Y. approach to their music, handling all aspects of songwriting, recording, and production in their...
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