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Earlier this year, the slick Swedish new wavers Shout Out Louds released their new album Optica, and now their countryman Jens Lekman has reworked "14th Of July," one shinier of its tracks. You…   Read Story »
Sweden's Shout Out Louds performed on last night's Leno to promote their album Optica. Following interviews with guests Tyler Perry and Isla Fischer, the band performed album cut "Walking In Your…   Read Story »
The Swedish indie-pop band Shout Out Louds shared their new video for the catchy single "Illusions" off of their latest release Optica. In the video, a nervous brunette takes a stab at speed dating…   Read Story »
The endlessly smooth and professional Swedish new-wavers Shout Out Louds are about a week away from releasing Optica, their latest collection of gleaming pop-rock. We've already posted their songs…   Read Story »
Later this month, Swedish studio-rock professionals Shout Out Louds drop their new album Optica, and we've already posted videos for their singles "Blue Ice" and "Walking In Your Footsteps." Now…   Read Story »
Swedish new wave artisans Shout Out Louds have a new album called Optica coming soon, and they've already made a video for first single "Blue Ice." In the clip for "Walking In Your Footsteps," the…   Read Story »
Last week, we posted "Blue Ice," the emotively precise new single from the Swedish band Shout Out Louds. And now here's the mostly-CGI video, in which faces and bodies drift across the expanses of…   Read Story »
A 7" single made out of ice is a ridiculous thing that obviously should not exist, but Merge is still putting together 10 extremely limited ice-boxes pressed with "Blue Ice," the first single in a…   Read Story »
The Swedes make BoH's "There Is A Ghost" sound like an airier Shout Out Louds song then pair it with an excursion to an industrial park where they ponder the silence that met the release of Infinite…   Read Story »
Today folks have been discussing the change in sound the Dodos underwent at the hands (and click tracks?) of Seattle producer Phil Ek. Now you get a chance to hear what the Shout Out Louds sound like…   Read Story »