They Owe Us


  1. 1.
    Don't Think About Me
  2. 2.
    Harvest Time
  3. 3.
    Heavily Distorted Nightmares
  4. 4.
    There Is A Way If There Is a Will
  5. 5.
    Broken English And Sad Serenades
they owe us are back, following up their debut “Broken English and Sad Serenades” with the album “Kram” – a warm yet fuming, calm yet untamed, gritty yet pure but most of all, a painfully sincere rollercoaster of a ride.
Safety belt not included.
After touring in Europe and USA, it was time to cut the second album. At this point, they owe us naturally reformed, with Kristoffer Ragnstam – known for decades for his DIY-attitude and gritty productions – taking on the producer and composer role and Anders Rane as main co- writer and musician. Along with Rane, well-known names such as Timo Räisänen, Markus Hasselblom, Per Eklund and Klabbe Hörngren joined the gang of co-writers, and passionated musicians such as Axel Sjöberg (Graveyard), Jennifer Israelsson (Honeymoon Disease, Hot Breath), Viktor Turegård (Franska Trion) and Joel Lundberg have contributed in their own way to they owe us unique soundscape.
Musically, ”Kram” is a weave of raw drums, cheeky keyboards and sounds borrowed from the record store basement, mainly found in the ”do what the hell you want” section. Lyrically, ”Kram” is far from the ordinary too. Yet again, Ragnstam shows off his wordsmith skills, with an eagle eye for detail and ways of constructing new words and spot-on sentences with heart, heat and humour.
”Dreams, hearts and instruments that broke from careless use, but miraculously got glued back together again – maybe with a few missing or misplaced pieces. That’s what gives me rush and inspiration”


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