Blondage

It’s that time of year – Spring is here, and the winds of change are blowing a gale!

And as we all know, change is a great thing, bringing new opportunities, new ideas and new perspectives. A band very much embracing the nature of change this year are Danish duo Rangleklods, who have announced two big pieces of news – the first, that they’re changing their name. And the second, that there’ll be a new single in a few weeks, with a new EP following later this year! See? Change is EXCITING!

Rangleklods first came to being back in 2010 when the project was founded by Esben Anderson, who released the Home EP in 2011, closely followed by a debut album entitled Beekeeper in 2012.

As the project grew, so did the line up and Pernille Smith-Sivertsen soon expanded her role from live performer to full time Rangleklod, before the duo released a second album called Straitjacket in 2015 and curated their very own Nordic Playlist. The pair have now decided to open up their musical space, and to work under a new name – Blondage.

“We’re stuffed with gratitude and love for each and every moment we’ve had with Rangleklods and the amazing crowds we’ve met along the way.
To us it is the symbol of a great period of our lives and it’s definitely been the creative playground that we needed to find ourselves as songwriters, producers and performers.

Now we feel that we’ve outgrown Rangleklods and need a new name that really reflects our music and artistic identity – basically who we are now.”

As well as releasing news of their name change, Esben and Pernille will also be releasing brand new music as Blondage in the very near future:

“It’s five pop songs with a weird twist, and we feel that we’ve found the core of who we are as songwriters right now.

We’ve been working on hooks and melodies that’ll stick to your brain and we’ve experimented with placing them in sound landscapes that’ll keep you very much awake.”

Keep an eye on the Nordic Playlist as we bring you more news from Blondage soon, and for now, wave a fond farewell to Rangleklods by revisiting this fantastic live session recorded for the Nordic Playlist at Roskilde Festival 2015

Blondage

It’s that time of year – Spring is here, and the winds of change are blowing a gale!

And as we all know, change is a great thing, bringing new opportunities, new ideas and new perspectives. A band very much embracing the nature of change this year are Danish duo Rangleklods, who have announced two big pieces of news – the first, that they’re changing their name. And the second, that there’ll be a new single in a few weeks, with a new EP following later this year! See? Change is EXCITING!

Rangleklods first came to being back in 2010 when the project was founded by Esben Anderson, who released the Home EP in 2011, closely followed by a debut album entitled Beekeeper in 2012.

As the project grew, so did the line up and Pernille Smith-Sivertsen soon expanded her role from live performer to full time Rangleklod, before the duo released a second album called Straitjacket in 2015 and curated their very own Nordic Playlist. The pair have now decided to open up their musical space, and to work under a new name – Blondage.

“We’re stuffed with gratitude and love for each and every moment we’ve had with Rangleklods and the amazing crowds we’ve met along the way.
To us it is the symbol of a great period of our lives and it’s definitely been the creative playground that we needed to find ourselves as songwriters, producers and performers.

Now we feel that we’ve outgrown Rangleklods and need a new name that really reflects our music and artistic identity – basically who we are now.”

As well as releasing news of their name change, Esben and Pernille will also be releasing brand new music as Blondage in the very near future:

“It’s five pop songs with a weird twist, and we feel that we’ve found the core of who we are as songwriters right now.

We’ve been working on hooks and melodies that’ll stick to your brain and we’ve experimented with placing them in sound landscapes that’ll keep you very much awake.”

Keep an eye on the Nordic Playlist as we bring you more news from Blondage soon, and for now, wave a fond farewell to Rangleklods by revisiting this fantastic live session recorded for the Nordic Playlist at Roskilde Festival 2015

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