from denmark, efterklang are a symphonic 5-piece sharing foreign strings, haunting vocals, lush electronics and mesmerizing frequencies. by blending quiet details, different instruments and collaborations with other talented artists, they maintain a classic beauty that can only be found in another country.

cutting ice to snow [parades, 2007]
mirror mirror [live, st. gallen, 2008]

starting on may 6, efterklang will be embarking on their first north american tour with their copenhagen friends, slaraffenland. be sure to see them in a city near you, this show is not to be missed!

polaroid [private cinema, 2007]

Upcoming Shows 2008:

06.05 – Denver, CO / Larimer Lounge
07.05 – Salt Lake City, UT / Urban Lounge
09.05 – Portland, OR / Doug Fir
10.05 – Seattle, WA / Nectar Lounge
11.05 – Eugene, OR / WOW Hall
12.05 – San Francisco, CA / Bottom Of The Hill
13.05 – Visalia, CA / Cellar Door
14.05 – Los Angeles, CA / Spaceland
15.05 – San Diego, CA / Casbah
16.05 – Tucson, AZ / Plush
17.05 – Phoenix, AZ / Modified
19.05 – Denton, TX / Hailey’s
20.05 – Austin, TX / Mohawk
22.05 – Atlanta, GA / Drunken Unicorn
23.05 – Chapel Hill, NC / Local 506
24.05 – Washington, DC / Rock and Roll Hotel
26.05 – Philadelphia, PA / The First Unitarian Church
27.05 – Hamden, CT / The Space
28.05 – New York, NY / Knitting Factory
29.05 – Boston, MA / TT the Bears
30.05 – Montreal, PQ / Zoobizarre
31.05 – Toronto, ONT / El Mocambo
02.06 – Chicago, IL / Empty Bottle
03.06 – Kansas City, MO / Record Bar

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