Last Summer, Kim Ljung (Seigmen, Zeromancer) finally did something he had wanted to do for years:
To travel alone to his family’s old, tiny cabin in Nordstøldalen in Sauda. His only travelling companion:
An old acoustic guitar. This 5-song EP is the result of that trip.
“I have long wanted to return to this small, red cabin. No electricity. Alone. Too small for more than one person anyway. Only me and the acoustic. The beautiful green pond right by. The hiss from the ice-cold river running down from the mountain. Here I played to a herd of sheep for breakfast. For the twilight and the widest starry sky I have ever seen, at night.”
Since his childhood trips to Sauda were always filled with music from the car cassette player, this EP will only be released on cassette & digitally.
Recorded in Frodeløkka Studio in Tønsberg by Terje Johannesen, and mastered by Herbrand Larsen,
this EP is performed mostly by Kim Ljung, with some assistance from Terje Johannesen and Dan Heide.