"Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue."
1. Seconds Away
3. Everything is Real
4. The Fine Detail (Old Version)
5. USA Boys (Orginal by Health)
Malmö/Stockholm but mainly Bollnäs formed band MF/MB/ released one of the most honest, direct and acclaimed albums of 2010 (Folded) and now less than 3 month later they add another massive release to their take over. This is the third track from the album to emancipate from the album, to form an own identity with others. Hail – “Seconds Away”, a slow reptile attacking from the underground.
This EP is a perfect measure of the enormous restlessness that constitutes the group. Short after the recordings of the debut album they were back in the studio recording the track “Anthem” that we here find as the second track. A groovy crawling piece with a touch of Oasis in the vocals.
“Everything is Real” is taken from the Folded recordings-session, but for some reason, unknown to everyone, the track didn’t really make it to the album, but here on the EP we found the perfect place for it. This is one of the tracks where the band’s big synth body music influences are shown.
Fourth track out is the first track the band ever recorded, here in its original version. “The Fine Detail” is featured on the album but this is the raw first version, showing a band that already aimed for the big crowds.
A while ago we released an official remix from MF/MB/ of the great band Health fantastic song “USA Boys” but this is one step further. All Health’s sounds are gone and with new vocal it’s a Health cover.
2011-01-28 - Blekinska - Lund (S)
2011-02-02 - Debaser - Malmö - (S)
2011-02-10 - Jazzhuset - Göteborg (S)
2011-03-12 - Kleine Freiheit - Osnabrück (DE)
2011-03-13 - Studio 672 - Köln (DE)
2011-03-14 - Keller Klub - Stuttgart (DE)
2011-03-15 - B72 - Vienna (AT)
2011-03-16 - Hafenkneipe - Zürich (CH)
2011-03-17 - Sinkkasten - Frankfurt (DE)
2011-03-18 - Crystal - Berlin (DE)
2011-03-19 - Grüner Jäger - Hamburg (DE)
“This is the sound of a band that is hungry and ready to kick down the door to your soul.” - The Line Of Best Fit
“One cannot simply illustrate the album with words, as the atmosphere behind each song transforms so rapidly it’s easy to lose oneself amongst the sinister mood portrayed by MF/MB/. It’s cold and desolate yet warm and welcoming. Lost and found. Night and day.” - circle.square.triangle