Next to Beluga is dreamy, playfull pop with a sound in between the electronic and the organic. Songs with depth and sweetness that explore the different conventions of pop music.

With old synthesizers, airy backing vocals, glockenspiel, percussion and a characteristic female lead vocal, the simple pop-melody is interpreted in a distinctive universe of sound.

Light pop combined with odd inventions, indie, electronica and elements from jazz. Sophisticated and simple with the atmosphere of romantic longing and nordic melancholy.

Politiken 4/6
”A fascinating spell with Sara Futtrups beautyfull bright voice… With Out of Place Next to Beluga has delivered a complete, elegant and original album as an opening of the danish musicyear 2008” Erik Jensen

MetroXpress 4/6
The many beautyfull vocalarrangements are fantastic. There are a lot of delicate, simple detalils in the music, which gives Futtrup Lunds fine vocal space for contemplations”

Diskant 7/10
”A very interesting danish debut with extremely long shelf-life”

”Next to beluga is like a refuge in the whirlpool of time. Sweet, melodic, airy, charming, detailed and ultrafeminine is this cooling music for the harassed citizen of the world” Klaus Lynggaard

”An very strong album, fans of Stereolab and Cardigans will here a find a lovely new acquaintance”

Edited by sarafuttrup on 8 Jun 2008, 17:55

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