Photos by Morten Aagaard Krogh (mortenkrogh.com)
Photos by Tom Spray (www.tom-spray.com)
Today Copenhagen based The Wands came out with a new video “War”, which with its yellowish color scheme and trippy visuals pays psychedelic tribute to 60’s and 70’s aesthetics. It was directed and produced by Here Today´s Jonas Bang. The song war is taken from the bands debut album ‘The Dawn’.
The Wands is currently touring Europe. To get a taste you can take a look at Here Today’s session with The Wands below.
Watch the whole session with the Wands here.
It’s not long ago we reported on Communions new two track 7″ “So Long Summer”, they’ve just released the second half to that 7″ digitally, entitled “Love Stands Still”.
Listen to “Love Stands Still” below:
Two acts that Here Today has championed since the start of their blossoming careers, Ice Cream Cathedral and Sekuoia, have decided to join forces for two concert at the end of the month. It only seemed fitting to bring them into the same studio we recorded their previous sessions to get a sneak peak at this collaboration, as they lead us through “Amber Sail” from Ice Cream Cathedral’s debut The Drowsy Kingdom.
Catch them at Radar in Aarhus on 31.10.2014 or Lille Vega in Copenhagen on 01.11.2014.
Watch “Amber Sail” from the session below:
Watch “Rituals” from Sekuoia’s previous session below:
Watch “An Armful Of Rubies” from Ice Cream Cathedral’s previous session below:
Last February we invited a young Jonathan Schultz and his band, Schultz and Forever, to play a session for us at Black Tornado Studio in Copenhagen. His gruff vocals and songwriting ability were beyond his years……….fast forward one year later Jonathan has refined his sound grabbing inspiration from the psychedelic scene, reshuffling his band mainly consisting of members of Danish band Waldo & Marsha and showed great relaxed maturity in his approach to songwriting. Along with a small crowd at Black Tornado he gave Here Today an exclusive on his new sound. Heres Schultz and Forever’s new single P.O.V., the rest of the session will follow in the summer…….
Photos by James Hjertholm