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Dungen Announces First Album in Five Years, Shares New Song “Akt Dit”

Allas Sak Due Out September 25 via Mexican Summer

Jun 23, 2015 Dungen
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Swedish psych-rockers Dungen have announced a new album, their first in five years, and have shared a song from it, “Akt Dit.” Allas Sak is due out September 25 via Mexican Summer. You can listen to the “Akt Dit” below, it starts with some solo piano and ends with a nice sax solo. Also below are the tracklist, album cover, and tour dates.

According to a press release, Allas Sak translates to either “everyone’s thing” or “anyone’s thing.” The album is the follow-up to 2010’s Skit I Allt. In the press release frontman Gustav Ejstes had this to say about the album’s songs, which are mainly sung in Swedish: “Lyrics are very important to me. These songs are my everyday experiences, my thoughts and stories from the life I live. I hope people can create their own stories around the music and maybe we can make music together, the listener and I.”

The rest of the line-up includes Reine Fiske on guitar, Mattias Gustavsson on bass, and Johan Holmegard on drums. Check out the song, tracklist, tour dates, and album cover below.

Allas Sak Tracklist:

1. Allas Sak

2. Sista Festen

3. Sista Gästen

4. Franks Kaktus

5. En Gång Om Året

6. Åkt Dit

7. En Dag På Sjön

8. Flickor Och Pojkar

9. Ljus In I Min Panna

10. Sova

Dungen Tour Dates:

Oct 12 Chicago, IL - Schuba’s
Oct 14 Boston, MA - Great Scott *
Oct 15 Brooklyn, NY - Baby’s All Right *
Oct 16 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle *
Oct 17 Washington, DC - DC 9 *
Oct 20 Seattle, WA - Barboza
Oct 21 Portland, OR - Bunk Bar
Oct 23 San Francisco, CA - The Chapel
Oct 25 Los Angeles, CA - The Echo

*with Quilt


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