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Love Is All Completes Third Studio Album

As-Yet-Untitled Album Scheduled for Spring 2010

Jan 04, 2010 Love Is All
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The new year will see new music by Gothenburg, Sweden’s Love Is All, who have recently finished recording their as-yet-untitled third studio album for a spring release. The band began working on the album at the end of May and finished in the fall, and singer/songwriter Josephine Olausson says that the process has never been so easy. The band, who were dropped from U.K. label Parlophone after their debut, 2006’s Nine Times That Same Song, due to the label’s dissatisfaction with the songs that band wrote for their follow up, self-produced the new album with cohort (and Olausson’s husband) Wyatt Cusik (The Aislers Set).

Olausson says that the new album will be different from the band’s debut, and their 2008 follow up, A Hundred Things Keep Me Up at Night. “We all felt that the second album was maybe a bit too fast, because we record everything in our practice space and a lot of it is done live, so there was no one there to hold us back,” says Olausson. “[This time] we tried to think about not doing it so crazy fast.”

Apart from the slower tempo, Olausson describes the new songs as more filled with melodies and even harmonies, inspired by the band’s listening to The Zombies. But mostly, Olausson says, the band feels freer to make the kind of music they want to make, apart from record label pressures, which means the process of creating album number three was more fun. Look for the new album come spring and keep an eye out for live dates once temperatures warm.

Click here for the full interview with Josephine Olausson.



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