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The Low Frequency in Stereo

The Low Frequency In Stereo was formed in 2001 in Haugesund on the west coast of Norway by singer and guitarist Hanne Andersen, bassist Per Steinar Lie and drummer Ørjan Haaland. The band initially played instrumental Lo-Fi-Post-Rock. Over the years The Low Frequency In Stereo grew into a five-piece and enhanced their sound to a mixture of Indie-Rock, Shoegaze and Kraut-Rock. Their songs are dark and atmospheric, but at the same time they surprise with catchy choruses. The old living room organ is reminiscent of The Doors, while other references include Can, Stereolab and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Low Freq’s fifth album will be out in October 2013.