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Domino - Sondre Lerche - Sondre Lerche (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Norwegian indie-pop auteur Sondre Lerche has returned with his most ambitious and eclectic work to date in the form of his ninth studio album, PATIENCE. Written over 6 years, and recorded mainly in Norway, the inspiration came from ambient music, running marathons and a quest for serenity.4/5(1).
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  3. After a long string of records where exploring different genres seemed almost as important as the songs themselves, Sondre Lerche’s album Heartbeat Radio was the first record in awhile that felt like it was a true musical expression and not some crazy experiment. That trend continues on ’s self-titled album.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram Vinyl release of Sondre Lerche on Discogs. Label: Mona - LP-MONA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gram • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock4/5(7).
  5. Jun 05,  · It’s absurd, promoting an album in the middle of an international crisis. Sondre Lerche admits as much, bridging the social distance via video chat from his home in Oslo. The singer/songwriter's ninth solo album Patience was supposed to be his reemergence into music after two years spent reconnecting with life in one place—something he admits he hasn’t done in nearly 20 years.
  6. Sondre Lerche Sondre Lerche on LP Sondre Lerche's eponymous new release is the artist's sixth full-length album and his first on his own label, Mona Records. An artistic statement of purpose, this fittingly self-titled album contains not only Sondre's most interesting arrangements and catchy songwriting to date, but also some of his most somber and introspective.
  7. About Sondre Lerche. This unassuming Boy Wonder from Bergen, Norway, (whose name is pronounced "Sonder Lerkay") wrote the songs for what would become his first album, Faces Down, when he was just Often compared to the orchestral pop stylings of such masters as Burt Bacharach, Lerche's music manages to bend string orchestrations into a whole new indie realm, especially with the addition of.
  8. Jun 30,  · Even in the coronavirus-shortened record release schedule of , the year has offered a mountainous feast of sublime music. The 50 best albums of .
  9. Sondre seems to be channeling an old jazz singer with his vocals and the instrumentation is amazing as always. I came upon Sondre Lerche's music in a roundabout way: he toured with Ed Harcourt last year, whose album I bought because I thought he sounded like Rufus Wainwright with an edge when Ed opened for R.E.M. last September/5(31).

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