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Last Days Of April


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Stockholm, Sweden (1996 – present)

For over a decade main LDOA engine and songwriter Karl Larsson has steered the band from frustrated emotional hardcore to well-produced pop songs, without ever giving in to current fads and trends. Last Days of April has been a reliable rock in the stormy waters of pop culture, and the solid fan base around the world tells of the same kind of commitment.

Might As Well Live (out in late February 2007) fuses Larsson’s long-evolved melodic craftsmanship and emotionally charged lyrics on the ups and downs in life with thick rock guitars and a production with the word airplay written all over it, signed master-mind Pelle Gunnerfeldt (Grammy Award winning producer whose previous work includes The Hives and Sahara Hotnights). The album was recorded at his studio Gröndahl in November 2006.

With Larsson firmly in charge of the recording process, other musicians on the album include Mathias Oldén from LDOA label mates Logh as well as hard-hitting drummer Fredrik Granberg from Swedish punk rock outfit Randy – an obvious step towards a more classic rock band setting. Their contributions, along with Larsson’s increased amplifier volume make Might As Well Live their most straight forward, rock-based album in many years, although conceptually related both to 2000’s classic Angel Youth (recently voted as one of ten essentials albums for heartbreak moments by the highly influential Alternative Press) and their latest, much-appreciated album If You Lose It from 2004.


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