The Passover
Flipside
Lifeline

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The Soundtrack Of Our Lives

Our last release in this year and decade is an inspiring spiritual session with the six-piece Swedish band The Soundtrack Of Our Lives. We meet the band from Gothenburg at the concert venue Flex to take them on a long walk through the city, passing by and then get to stop at places loaded with history. When singer Ebbot Lundberg and his band mates Ian Person, Matthias Bärjed, Martin Hederos, Frederik Sandsten and Kalle Gustafsson Jerneholm gather at the equestrian statue at Heldenplatz to perform “The Passover”, the already-fainting November sun finally dips the scenery in golden light. The band that will attain its 15 years of existence in 2010 casts a spell on their audience with a singer, who resembles a priest amid a (pop)rocking collective that joins in with some gospel-like chorus. Afterwards The Soundtrack Of Our Lives pop in Café Sperl for the piano-based versions of “Flipside”, a spiritualized rock performance, and “Lifeline”, a romantic and blue ballad (during the intro an older lady, that has been attentively watching and listening, approaches Ebbot Lundberg and suggests to oil his voice a little bit). All songs mentioned are from their latest, spiritual-titled album “Communion”.

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  • Posted: December 30, 2009
  • Camera: Michael Luger
  • Sound Recording: Matthias Leihs
  • Post-Production: Simon Brugner
  • Photography: Simon Brugner