The Thieves From The North – Sweden Calling!


The Thieves From The North have a fascinating and unique sound. Its almost folk sounding in a late 60’s Summer of Love kinda groove and Prog in its beauty and cinematic unfolding. Think if the band Yes or Emerson Lake and Palmer or the Moody Blues had taken a road trip through these Nordic lands very early in their career and reinvented cool rock and roll once and for all? I know those days have passed into distant memory, and these Thieves are anything but dated in their vibe, but there is a classic grandeur to this music that I just can’t shake.

The Thieves From The North – I’m Like a Child (Ljungen Remix)

The Thieves From The North hail from northern Sweden and their sound is a dreamy blend of 60’s & 70’s progressive pop/rock and modern melodic folk. After it was noted that the band members were present on several occasions when things mysteriously disappeared from various tour venues, studios and hotel rooms, they jokingly started referring to themselves as The Thieves. The name stuck and the rest is history.

The Thieves From The North – Lost & Found

The Thieves From The North, a musical collective in the vein of Grateful Dead and Fleet Foxes, but native from Sundsvall, Sweden, has had success with the new single “I’m Like A Child” – receiving airplay from New Zeeland via Russia to the USA. To celebrate this we’re giving you people the full new album, “What It Is, What It Was, What It Shall Be” for FREE DOWNLOAD for a limited time only!

The Thieves From The North – Season To Rejoice

In may 2012 they will release their second album What It Is, What It Was, What It Shall Be on the Lucky Duck label.

http://www.thethievesfromthenorth.net

~ by castleqwayr on June 1, 2012.

One Response to “The Thieves From The North – Sweden Calling!”

  1. […] hyllande recensioner av The Thieves From The Norths nya album: A Musical Priority (UK), Heroes Of Indie Music (US), Rootstime (BE) och Norran (SE) Share this: Taggad A Musical Priority, Hereos Of Indie Music, […]

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