17 Nov 2015
More reviews come in for Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation's Horse Dance Album
In a world where there’s an increasing amount noise – whether it be media or industry – Sweden’s own Josefin Öhrn seeks freedom from the chaos.
Öhrn opens herself to the maelstrom of effects that isolation brings within modern society, and together with her aptly titled backing band The Liberation she deciphers the hazy static of modern culture, transfiguring it into a coolly focused work on the subtle, but deeply rewarding debut album ‘Horse Dance‘...
Read the rest here: Live4Ever
From the opening waves and synthetic hums of Horse Dance, Josefin Öhrn’s delicate whisper slices gently through like a voice of reason in a chaotic mind. It’s no wonder she describes her journey to this as “drift[ing] into music, spending more and more time alone in huge cities and out by the ocean”. The expansiveness, the sound of the swarming metropolis, and one loan voice trying to be heard. With this album, Ohrn and her band The Liberation try to make sense of the urban condition.
Clever use of song titles lull you into a false sense of security then expose a harsh reality...
Read the rest here Gig Slutz
The band are currently playing shows and their first UK show at Shacklewell Arms is on the 18th (Tomorrow)...get the last remaining tickets here: Baba Yaga Hut