rock act The Megaphonic Thrift). September 2017 they released their critically acclaimed debut album, and
was nominated for the Norwegian Grammy Awards. The Bergen based duo is now ready with their sophomore
album, Melodaze, which the band themselves describe as their Berlin rebel album. All songs were written
during a two months stay in Schoneberg, the winter of 2018, and you can almost smell the smoky beer joints
and the ice-cold exhaust. Frøkedal and Myklebust brought their home recording studio in a suitcase to
Germany, transforming the living room of the apartment into a musical playground. In a chaos of drum
machines, guitars, pedals, microphones and cables they created a soundtrack of their short but sweet stay in
Berlin. The songs revolve around strong guitar hooks, groovy, distorted bass lines and catchy, dreamy vocals.
This is the rebellious little sister of Cocteau Twins and Blonde Redhead!
While their debut album was based on minimalism and static, programmed drum beats, Kim Åge Furuhaug’s
(Orion's Belte, Great News, Bloody Beach) wild and tasteful drumming is highly present in their latest
As producer Matias Tellez (Young Dreams) describes it: "This album makes me want to go out and kick stuff!"