A Camp plot Colonia

A Camp will release their sophomore album and US debut, Colonia, on April 28th via Nettwerk. Formed as a duo by The Cardigans front woman Nina Persson and Atomic Swing musician Niclas Frisk, A Camp became a trio with the addition of American film composer, Shudder to Think member, and Nina’s husband, Nathan Larson. Colonia is the follow-up to A Camp’s 2001 self-titled debut that was produced by Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse and earned them 4 Swedish Grammies. The new album features 12 new songs and was recorded in five different New York studios, including Stratosphere Sound, The Magic Shop, Mission Sound, LoHo and Nathan’s own studio Metal garage, as well as Tambourine Studios in Malmo, Sweden. Colonia also features guest appearances by James Iha (Smashing Pumpkins) on guitar as well as Kevin March (Dambuilders, Guided By Voices) on drums and Joan Wasser (Joan as Policewoman) on viola and violin – who also appeared on A Camp’s debut. In addition, Colonia was mixed by Al Weatherhead at Firehouse Studios in New Haven, CT.

Stronger Than Jesus (Harlem Session)
Stronger Than Jesus (Swedish Grammys)

Mar 27 John Dee Oslo
Mar 30 Train Århus
Mar 31 Lille Vega Köpenhamn
Apr 2 Jönköpings Konserthus Jönköping
Apr 3 Göteborgs Konserthus Göteborg
Apr 4 Malmö Konserthus Malmö
Apr 6 Cirkus Arena & Restaurang Stockholm
Apr 7 Uppsala Konsert & Kongres Uppsala
Apr 9 Louis De Geer Norrköping


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