With the aim of a three-dimensional sound Pallers have created the monumental “The Sea of Memories”.Â Ten tracks where every influence findsÂ itâs place in an ever shimmering mosaic. The wealth of details, the ever growing melodies and epic soundscapes transforms the listening experience into a space voyage of emotional discoveries. After three years spent in apartments, basements, villas and cabins in Pallers, La mar, Stockholm, Miami and Cape Town the duo has completed their debut album “The Sea of Memories” (out September 27). The massive single Come Rain, Come Sunshine was released on July 26, and achieved Top 2 on The Hype Machine and rave reviews from Nylon, AOL Spinner, and NME among others.
“The pair continue to display a preternatural gift for electronic pop, and while they may prefer to remain ensconced in the studio and avoid the limelight, the expansive Come Rain, Come Sunshine stands as a sky-scrapingly grand gesture,” said NME. “Leeds producer Youandewan has turned Pallers’ blog hit (#2 on Hypem) “Come Rain, Come Sunshine” into a hazy, dub trip with clacking 2-step percussion.
Next up Pallers offer you a visual tease of their album, which premiered courtesy of Culture of Me:
“From the mind of Henrik MĂ„rtensson comes this bewildering and impressive video introduction to Pallers’ album, releasing on September 27, “The Sea of Memories”, which marries a special mix of the band’s first track from the effort Come Rain, Come Sunshine with visuals of beaches, swimming, bubbles, cross-processed imagery and more, making a nice little teaser for the record.”
“Come Rain, Come Sunshine” Press Quotes
NYLON – “Rain, sun, and a really great song…. shimmery beats, entrancing vocals and that indescribable mystical vibe”
SPINNER – “If you’re looking for a way to describe ‘Come Rain, Come Sunshine’ the second single from Pallers, “hypnotic” is a good place to start. The shimmering keys and lazy day vocals are altogether entrancing”
THE FADER (early press) – “Sometimes it seems like Sweden is a pseudonym for âSpace,â the countryâs pop music can be so vast and twinkling. Case in point: âThe Kissâ rides the line between gravity-less lo-fi and mellow disco”
PITCHFORKÂ (early press) – “Unfold into a glistening, thumping body-mover.”
THE LINE OF BEST FIT – “The perfect soundtrack to their native Swedenâs âMidsommardagenâ”
UNDER THE RADAR – Dizzying, melancholic, but most importantly beautiful, itâs a tantalizing look at whatâs to come.
BAEBLE MUSIC – “Come Rain, Come Sunshine” glows with the luster of instrumental beats and the phosphorescence of their vocals.”
THE CULTURE OF ME – “The release date to come couldn’t happen soon enough.”
More About Pallers
With the aim of a three-dimensional sound Pallers have created the monumental âThe Sea of Memoriesâ. Ten tracks where every influence finds itâs place in an ever shimmering mosaic. The wealth of details, the ever growing melodies and epic soundscapes transforms the listening experience into a space voyage of emotional discoveries.
They come from the same small town in the south of Sweden â Ă hus – and have known each other half their lives; theyâve explored Stockholmâs night life together, traveled Europe and experienced everything from the glamor of Southern Spain to the dirty floors of German clubsâŠ etc. But theyâve never made music together. Not until now.
Integration of Opposites
Half of the duo nurtures a love for love for ambient, trip hop and electronica while the other is deeply involved in the world of pop. Pallers integrate the seemingly tricky components with such ease it almost seems effortless â turning it into something new – something of their very own.
Named after their Neighborhood
Pallers is a neighborhood in the outskirts of Ă hus where half of the duo grew up and still returns to. The album is produced and recorded during three years time in apartments, basements, villas and cabins in Pallers, La mar, Stockholm, Miami and Cape Town. Pallers is Henrik MĂ„rtensson and Johan AngergĂ„rd.
Title: Come Rain, Come Sunshine
Album Release date: September 27