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Sondre Lerche Given Official Stamp in Norway

Also Releasing Limited Edition Vinyls Next Week

Sep 26, 2012 Sondre Lerche Bookmark and Share

For those that have been a little late in sending Sondre Lerche a card for his 30th birthday you can now enjoy sending it through the mail with your very own Sondre Lerche postal stamp. The National Mail in Norway recently presented their native son with the surreal honor earlier this week.

“I’m honored and flabbergasted to be considered legal tender in Norway,” says Sondre. “It’s quite the surprise and destined to mess with my head. As an independent artist, running my own small label and being accustomed to not quite fitting into any particular boxes or scenes it’s strangely encouraging to be acknowledged by the establishment in the form of a stamp. It’s also important to mention that these are not the kind of stamps you have to lick, they are already sticky.” Stamp collectors looking to add to their library can feel free to purchase the stamp here.

As previously reported, next week on Oct. 2 Mona Records will be pressing Lerche’s first four albums, Faces Down, Two Way Monologue, Duper Sessions, and Phantom Punch for a special edition set of vinyls for the first time. All four will feature bonus tracks and outtakes.



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liteblue usps gov
April 25th 2019

Can I get this stamp from USPS?