Listen to 405 Radio
House By The Lake - 'National Park'

House By The Lake - 'National Park'

by Charlotte Todnem, 09 June 2011

House by the Lake is a hidden pearl among the many indie folk acts nowadays. Behind the artist name, stands singer songwriter Sondre Strandskog Arnesen, who with this delivers a lovely acoustic folk-pop track. It sounds like if Fleet Foxes and The Hollies had a baby. Full of yearning vocals and beautiful harmonies, this track is worth having a listen to. House by the lake is still unsigned, but will release an EP this fall titled Sæheimr. The mixing of the single has been done by Matias Tellez, who also plays in no less than two other bands we have written about here earlier; Put Your Hands Up For Neo-Tokyo and Young Dreams.

Related Posts

  • Young Dreams announce debut album, Between Places

    Young Dreams announce debut album, Between Places

    by The 405 News Team

    Young Dreams have finally announced details of their highly anticipated debut album. [read more]

  • Young Dreams - 'Young Dreams' // New Video

    Young Dreams - 'Young Dreams' // New Video

    by The 405

    Check out the new video for 'Young Dreams' by Young Dreams (Directed by Kristoffer Borgli). It features Furbies, The Pink Panther, Bart Simpson, dancing kids and some wildlife. The track itself is a killer slab of tropicala and a perfect way to start the week. [read more]

  • The 405 'Ones To Watch' for 2012

    The 405 'Ones To Watch' for 2012

    by The 405

    Welcome to our 'Ones to Watch' list for 2012. Much like our list last year, or any list like this in the future, it isn't about trying to prove how great we are at predicting who's going to sell the most records next year. If you want that list, feel free to email us. No, this list is about providing you with a bunch of bands/artists we feel could release something special over the course of 2012. [read more]

  • Øyafestivalen In Pictures (9-13. August)

    Øyafestivalen In Pictures (9-13. August)

    by The 405

    Located on the lakeside amongst ruins from the 13th century in the pulsating heart of Oslo, the annual music festival Øyafestivalen had this year, too, a strong line-up of last year's most relevant names, everything from blogsphere favourites Pantha Du Prince, Matthew Dear and How To Dress Well to Kanye West, Aphex Twin and Pulp. As some of you probably know quite well, Norway isn't exactly the cheapest place to go festival hunting in the Summer. [read more]

Comments

Follow Us

Recommended Posts

Popular Posts

Mailing List

Sign up to our weekly mailing list.