24 Jan 2019

Listen to Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation new single 'Desire'

Listen to Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation new single 'Desire' above – it's the first track to be lifted from forthcoming album 'Sacred Dreams'

'Sacred Dreams' is available in several different formats. You can preorder the special 'Yellow & Black Colour In Colour' vinyl direct from the Rocket Shop here: Bandcamp

There is also a ltd 'Indie Exclusive 'Blue/Black Swirl' version, and a ltd 'Orange' vinyl version, both will be available from your local record shop.


Continuing to dive into the deeper waters of experimentation, ‘Sacred Dreams’ is both a musically hefty amalgamation of reverb drenched space-rock and retro centric electronics, as well as an emotionally cathartic release for the band, marking a new direction and fresh approach.

Since their critically acclaimed album 'Mirage' was released, Josefin and writing partner Fredrik have relocated from Stockholm to London and have created a new Liberation around them - this new band consists of the powerful and intuitive assemblage of musicians; Maki (Go Team), Patrick C Smith (Eskimo Chain), Matt Loft (Lola Colt) and Ben Ellis, who’s worked with both Iggy Pop and Swervedriver. ‘Sacred Dreams’ was largely recorded at Press Play Studios (King Krule, Fat White Family, Yves Tumor, Stereolab, High Llamas and many others) run by Andy Ramsay of Stereolab, who also produced and even programmed his non synced drum machines adding a lot of inspiration to the album.

See Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation playing tracks from 'Sacred Dreams' at these following shows:

23 Feb / Brighton / Mutations Festival
23 Apr / Oxford / The Bullingdon
24 Apr / Leeds / The Brudenell Social Club
25 Apr / Manchester / The Deaf Institute
26 Apr / London / Islington Assembly Hall
27 Apr / Bristol / Thekla
30 Apr / Birmingham / Hare & Hounds
01 May / Liverpool / Jacaranda
02 May / Glasgow / Stereo
03 May / Newcastle / The Cluny
05 May / Leicester / Handmade Festival

Tickets for all shows are on sale now from here: See tickets