Shout Out Louds ‘Fall Hard’ Live At Lido

Live footage of Shout Out Louds performing ‘Fall Hard’ at Lido in Berlin, Germany on December 14th has been posted online. The single is out now, while the Stockholm, Sweden indie rock group’s new album ‘Work’ is released February 26th via Merge Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

Shout Out Louds ‘Fall Hard’ Video

Shout Out Louds are out with the video to their new single ‘Fall Hard’, off the Stockholm, Sweden indie rock group’s third full-length album ‘Work’, out February 23rd via Merge Records. Watch it and behind the scenes footage from the video shoot via YouTube below.

Shout Out Louds ‘Walls’ Video

Shout Out Louds are out with the video to their new single ‘Walls’, off the Stockholm, Sweden indie rock group’s third album ‘Work’, out February 2010 on Merge Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

Q&A With Shout Out Louds’ Adam Olenius

LA Weekly caught up with Shout Out Louds singer Adam Olenius for a Q&A, asking the Swedish star how the hand puts on a high energy show night after night. “It’s all about coming to a new place,” Olenius told John Payne. “We’re doing southern Sweden right now, doing a big show tomorrow in our home town, Stockholm, so it’s going to be good to see our friends, and we’ll do a kind of double show, an early show and late show tomorrow. So those are things to look forward to, but of course it’s tough, because we were home eight months, but still we worked very hard during that time and we do other things as well, in film and other things. So it’s like stimulation, it’s about trying to do something new all the time. That’s kind of a struggle, especially if you’re, like, curious people, and want to do different things.” Read more.

Indie Scene Taking Off In Sweden

Along with the Concretes and the Shout Out Louds, Peter Bjorn and John are a part of Sweden’s blossoming indie-pop scene and have benefited from the positive press the genre has received on the internet. “Well, you can record easily at home,” Bjorn Ytlling tells Steve Zemek of Time Off magazine. “It’s a mixture of having a decent live scene. Also the big labels and the big companies are really underneath it. People were making the records before they went to record labels and record companies. I think people tend to do it for the music. I think that culture works very good, very well with indie music.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.

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