Finally, the Norwegian band Label releases its hot sequel to the critically acclaimed debut Oslo So Slow. The All City album comes on LP in two limited handheld editions with different vinyl colors (ivory and transparent aqua) as well as digital.
"Distilled Oslo Summer of Golden Age." The words are Morgenbladet and what is described is the recently released single "Summer Went Wrong". All City is the second band of the oslo band, following up on the critically acclaimed 2016 release Oslo So Slow. The debut album was made of several shelf as one of the best albums in the year and the title track has been a regular Norwegian radio since it was released as single.
During All City's ten tracks, small stories are reported as fragments of a summer. Common to them is that they are written on a journey. Traveling to something, or traveling from something. Traveling through a foreign city or traveling in your own city. All City is about to cruise the subway on the backest carriage from east to west, from south to north. And when you leave at Vestli's last station, you may have seen bits of life to those who live here. The city man finds his people, where you can hide away, or find it to be together with the rest of your life. All City is a tribute to all of them.
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