I USED TO BE A SPARROW: ‘Warpaint On Invisible Children.’


I USED TO BE A SPARROW - 200 - February 2013Swedish indie / electronica / dream-pop band I USED TO BE A SPARROW garnered some pretty positive reaction with their debut album ‘Luke.

Now, a year or so down the line the duo of Dick Pettersson and Andrea Caccese are set to build on that foundation with the follow-up release of ‘You Are An Empty Artist.‘ The pair have a no-nonsense approach to writing their tunes, and many hours of swapping music and stories has led them to this point. Their music doesn’t exactly fit into any specific genre, but from what I’ve heard so far, I’d likely have it filed under the ‘dream-pop’ tag – alongside bands such as fellow Scandinavians, Simian Ghost and Pinkunoizu.

The album ‘You Are An Empty Artist‘ is released on 15th April, and LOUD HORIZON will of course carry a little review – hopefully within the next week (or so!)

Meantime, here’s a taster of what to expect. Nice!

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