Bergen collective Young Dreams released their debut single today a double a-side featuring Young Dreams and Flight 376. The release was a split effort by Telle Records, known for their early releases of Royksopp and Annie, and Beachtapes.
You can buy the single digitally via Itunes or the 7” from youngdreams.no. Hear the Beach Boy inspired sounds below.
Norway’s second city Bergen has been producing great bands this year with the likes of Megaphonic Thrift, Casio Kids and Bloody Beach all coming from the city. Now the latest band to develop from this musically rich city and one of the most exciting bands to arise this year, Young Dreams, have released a live video of their self titled track Young Dreams. Check it out below. Their EP will be out on Telle Records early 2011.
One of the most underground and hidden bands around are now starting to emerge. Formed in the city of Bergen on the west coast of Norway Bloody Beach have been focusing their time writing cool songs, so cool infact, that their latest track is called Bonanza, and they’re so laid back they don’t worry about playing live or getting themselves out there.
Thankfully, having recently played the warm up show for Øya Festival to a sold out crowd, Bloody Beach are looking forward to next year, which marks a new stage for the band as they release their new 7” on Tellé Records, the label known for the early releases of Royksopp, Annie, Bjørn Torske and many more. We expect great things – hear Bonanza below.
If you digg the track, Bloody Beach are currently entwined in a competition for Urørt radio. Click here, test your Norwegian and drop them a vote. They deserve it.