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Marching Band

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Biografía

With only two members on board, Marching Band create a lush, vibrant brand of Swedish pop. Linköping residents Erik Sunbring and Jacob Lind began recording under the Marching Band moniker in 2007, releasing an EP that year before traveling to Los Angeles several months later to record a full-length album. Spark Large appeared in 2008 and earned nods from Rolling Stone (which praised the band's "pillowy pop"), as well as radio outlets like KCRW and NPR. While the band's music fared well in critical circles, it also found a broader audience in 2009 when several Marching Band songs appeared in a host of TV programs and movie soundtracks. Sunbring and Lind stayed in Sweden for much of that year to record a second album, this time with producer Jari Haapalainen (Camera Obscura, the Concretes) lending his help. The result was a slightly darker record, Pop Cycle, which appeared in 2010. Their third album was recorded over a period of several years as both Sunbring and Lind moved away from Linköping and had to work long-distance from their new homes in Berlin, Germany and Malmö, Sweden. The album So Much Imagine was released in January 2014, and at 21 songs was much longer than their previous works.

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Se formó en:

Linköping, Sweden

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Años de actividad:

'00s, '10s

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