Efterklang Surprise-Release New EP ‘Plexiglass’

    Efterklang have surprise-released a new EP called Plexiglass. Out now via City Slang, the project arrives ahead of the band’s upcoming UK and European live dates this summer. Stream Plexiglass and check out their tour schedule below.

    Featuring artwork by longtime collaborators Hvass&Hannibal with photography by Anne Bek, the collection follows Efterklang’s 2021 LP Windflowers. “Plexiglass is a mid-summer bouquet of various kinds – new and older song seeds we’ve nurtured and bred in cohesion with each other, with help from so many dear and talented friends,” Efterklang’s Casper Clausen explained in a press release. “Plexiglass feels like the darker side to Windflowers, a place where we dared to stare a bit deeper into the shadows of our sound and songwriting. At times it propels me back to our early work on Tripper and Parades, for example the glitchiness of ‘Rain Take Me Back Himalaya’ and the journey of ‘Limited Memory’ – I’m very grateful that these songs found a way to join each other on Plexiglass.”

    Efterklang 2022 Tour Dates:

    Jun 25 Askeby, DK – Saftstationen
    Jun 25 Askeby, DK – Saftstationen
    Jul 21-23 Tisvilde, DK – Musik i Lejet
    Jul 28 Thisted, DK – Alive Festival
    Jul 29 Hamburg, DE – Uebel & Gefährlich
    Jul 30 Breitenbach, DE – Burg Herzberg Festival
    Jul 31 Berlin, DE Columbia Theater
    Aug 1 Prague, CZ – Meet Factory
    Aug 3 Feldkirch, AT – Poolbar Festival
    Aug 4 Zürich, CH – Bogen F
    Aug 5 Genk, BE – Absolutely Free Festival
    Aug 6 Põlva, EST – Intsikurmu Festival
    Aug 7 Cēsis, LVA – Vidzemes Koncertzāle Cēsis
    Aug 20 Oslo, NO – Langs Akerselva
    Aug 23. Birmingham, UK – The Glee Club
    Aug 24 Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK – Boiler Shop
    Aug 25 Edinburgh, UK – Summerhall
    Aug 26. Copenhagen, DK – Tomorrow Festival
    Aug 27 Aarhus, DK – Life is Live Festival
    Aug 28. Tonder, DK – Tønder Festival
    Sep 11 Vienna, AT – Theater Akzent
    Sep 12 Ljubljana, SVN – Kino Šiška
    Sep 13 Bologna, IT – Locomotiv Club

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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