Moonbabies

dream pop // electronic

Swedish duo Ola Frick and Carina Johansson have been making dreamy, sophisticated pop for the better part of a decade. Hearing their latest album, a mix of lush orchestral swells, twinkling piano, and endearing guitar riffs, is not unlike seeing a rainbow. Bright and sweeping, it’s the sort of music you’d put on the playlist while drinking strawberry lemonade under the summer sun. And yet the lyrics, too, are worth more than a passing glance: warm and pensive, they make a fine counterpoint to the sweet melodies and often cover darker, more daring ground. Perhaps that lemonade could do with a touch of liquor.

Good, nearly clean fun
Moonbabies – Sun A.M.
Moonbabies – Take Me To The Ballroom

Music and words lovingly contributed by Natalia
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6 Responses to “Moonbabies”

  1. MJ :

    “Take Me To The Ballroom” is so very beautiful. It’s like a poppier “Tonight, Tonight”.

    Nice rec. :)

  2. L.N. Hammer :

    Oh these are lovely. Excellllent. Thanks!

    —L.

  3. Josh :

    Ah, I love them! Glad to see another blogger doing a feature on them, well done.

  4. Anonymous :

    reminds me of My Bloody Valentine
    (:

  5. Emrys :

    This is exactly what i was looking for for the last month or so of summer. Thanks so much (have now bought both CDs)!

  6. Jimbalaya :

    Is it just me, or does their song Ratatouille sound remarkably similar to Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Blue Turning Gray?

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