“A sensitive, mellifluous pairing of fiddle and saxes in elegantly reflective exploration.”
- Andrew Cronshaw, fRoots
"It doesn’t matter what they play, its passion, intimate and of high quality."
We say Wow!”
- Ytterjärna Arts Centre
"Their playing is accomplished and completely absorbing."
"Sensitive, warm, peaceful and very beautifully played .. balsam for the soul."
- Spelmannen (translated from Swedish)
"A bold mixture of Swedish and British folk music entirely comfortable with both traditions and each other."
- Bright Young Folk
Collaboration with Campfire Stories!
We´re proud to announce a new collaboration with Campfire Stories!
Camfire Stories is a platform for Mattias Olsson’s documentary short films where all films are about humanity, contemporary issues and nature depictions. Topics close to our heart. Visit his site and watch his amazing movies!
Världen Ljuder subsidised by Stockholm County Music Service!
Världen ljuder has been chosen by the Stockholm County Music Service to be one of their subsidised school concerts for Autumn 2019 and Spring 2020. Click here for more info and booking .
Daniel on Swedish National Television
Daniel had the honour of being one of the solo instrumentalists in SVT’s Lucia concert 2019 in Gothemburg Cathedral. Listen to the whole concert via this link.
Storytelling concerts this autumn
Calling all families who long for autumn cosiness with stories and music! In November we are performing our storytelling concert Världen ljuder on two occasions in the Stockholm area (in Swedish). See the calendar for dates/locations. Welcome!
We are so chuffed with the reviews of Life Continuum!
In England we received a review that perfectly describes what we hoped to purvey with Life Continuum. Below a short excerpt, the whole review can be read here.
“Life Continuum is an album of emotional peaks and troughs. It’s music that grabs you Pied Piper like you don’t want it to stop ever. Having heard it you can’t imagine being without it.” – Fatea Magazine Website
In Sweden a track from the album is included on the compilation CD of Lira, the biggest folk & jazz magazine, along with Lira Likes!
AT LAST – summer tour and launch of “Life Continuum”
We have finally moved into our caravan to start our two-month long international album launch tour. 20 odd gigs, in Sweden, England, Scotland and Germany. Follow us on our facebook page to receive tour updates.
Our new album Life Continuum can be purchased from the SHOP page.
Live from Muziekclub ‘t Ey Belgium
You can now buy your pre-release copy of our brand new album “Life Continuum”! Official release date 1 June. Here is a taster from the album, filmed live by Mattias de Smet during our Belgium tour:
New album in the making
We are in the final stages of recoding our third album, Life Continuum.
“This is the first time I’ve cried in my studio!” said Oskar, our recording engineer, when we recorded “Ocean of Blue”. The album will be released at Ransäterstämman at the beginning of June, marking the start of our two month long album launch tour. For the second year running we are embarking on an international caravan tour. This time we will be playing in Sweden, England, Scotland, Wales and Germany, finishing up at Korrö Folkmusikfestival. A summer to look forward to.
Sounds of the World
Below is a teaser from our new family show “Sounds of the World”.
A collaboration with storyteller Mikael Öberg, weaving stories and music from near and far. Here in Swedish, but the show can also be performed in English 🙂
3 months on the road
August 2017 We recently returned home after 3 months on the road, including our 6 week UK crazy caravan tour. Thanks to all who helped us along the way – it was such an enriching trip, both as musicians and as a family. We enjoyed it so much we will be returning in 2018 to coincide with the release of our third album!
Here are some tour photos:
A lovely evening in Lancaster.
The family’s hands at Fire in the Mountain festival.
From a live recording at BBC Radio Bristol.
A page from our analogue gig book which comes to all of our gigs.
Sketch by audience member Christina Dembinska at Fire in the Mountain.