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Bumi Thomas

We met Bumi Thomas purely by fate.

Lost in the dark of the night on a recent trip to London we searched for the flat of our next interview.
Bumi was the only person in sight when we asked her where the address was and she coyly replied , “I think I know who you are looking for (with a smile we would soon recognize) follow me…” it turned out Bumi was the assistant to the subject we were searching for.

Check- out another song, “Mother Tongue” 

Bumi, your music is a gift to the world and it likely was exactly at the stroke of midnight you surprised us with your voice one night.

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Vita Bergen- Gothenburg, Sweden

Looking forward to including this one on our road trip playlist and around the campfire.

Vita Bergen is a cotton candy sky kind of soundtrack and make you feel hip again.

Just in time for summer their latest album, ‘Disconnection’ carries you from day into night.

Is your name Vita Bergen because that is where you met?

Robert: Actually the first time we met were as 8-year olds when our hockey teams played each other. William was the goalie and I was the center in the rival team.

Vita Bergen is a park area in central Stockholm, so people tend to think that we have a special relation to that place. But we’re from Gothenburg and the name has absolutely nothing to do with the park, so we just decided to ignore the connection. Vita Bergen means “the white mountains” in English.

Musically, what gives you chemistry?

William: Between the two of us? I suppose it’s because we’re super close friends and know almost everything about each other. We basically know how the other one’s brain works. At the same time we’re total opposites. Extremely different. That fuels a lot of things.

When it comes to external inspiration it could be almost anything. A car alarm, something your sister said when talking to a friend on the phone or whatever.

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Where was Disconnection recorded? Who produced the album and why?

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New Music to check out: Eastern Rise by Terence Jack

Eastern Rise was written about the different faces of love that we meet. It was sort of putting faces to those personalities and how when you’re with someone you’re meeting and romancing each of them.

I tend to write subliminally rather than literal about a specific event. I was going through such change in my life shedding all things that I had thought were my identity. It left me bare, and in a spot to be able to create. We sat with synthesizers, and drum machines and ran instruments through tape machines and just didn’t let fear or anything creep in.

CATCH TERENCE JACK ON TOUR NOW

Our show we aim to be as dynamic as possible with lows and highs throughout the set. 3 part harmonies with some pretty anthemic sections and a ton of energy.

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May flowers bring Bands on Tour!

Alberta Cross

Why are all the best songs, the shortest songs? Kind of like the weekend, right.

Discovered a new gem in our inbox this morning: Alberta Cross

Catch Alberta Cross on tour this May and You’ll Be Fine.

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