Press release | April 2011
 

"Swedish synth-pop heroes back in the game"


After the very well received third album "Non-binary", the Swedish electro-pop act Kiethevez decided to take a break for two years to get new inspiration and creative energy. But now Kiethevez are in the studio and working on new material again.

Kiethevez says: "We made a decision a few months back to make new songs more electronic than recent songs with multi-layered instruments. So far we have a handful of songs that are being polished up from demo stage and we're happy with what we hear coming out at this stage. We guess the drive is to combine our current ideas of melodies and sound banks with an ambition to connect this to our earlier things that stayed pretty minimalistic. In terms of time frames we will definitely try to get out some new extracts on our Facebook, MySpace and Web pages this summer. Maybe get one early song out there as well, to show where we’re heading. We're still discussing in what forum and how to do such a release though."

About Kiethevez
KieTheVez was formed in 1991 and consists of Jesper Palmqvist (vocals), Per-Henrik Petersson, Jörgen Falmer and Tomas Amneskog. Inspiration comes from bands like Ultravox, U2, The Cure, A-ha, New Order, Depeche Mode but also from totally different genres. The music can be described as serious melancholic pop, always with real melodies.

Together with bands as Page, Elegant Machinery, Mobile Homes and S.P.O.C.K, Kiethevez helped to define the sound of the Swedish synthpop movement during the nineties. Kiethevez has earlier released three full length albums and seven singles, but also participated on several compilation albums all around the world. The biggest interest for the band is to be found outside of Sweden in countries like USA, Germany, Brazil, Russia, Spain and Mexico.


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