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Later this year Norwegian singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche will release Please, inspired by a recent divorce, and now you can watch the video for its single "Bad Law." The Evan Savitt-directed video…   Read Story »
Norwegian singer Sondre Lerche's friendly indie-pop has always been slightly askew, but never has one of his songs absolutely smacked me across the face like "Bad Law." The leadoff track from his…   Read Story »
We last heard from Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche when he turned in his annual holiday cover, a "jazzy, off-kilter" version of the Miley Cyrus hit "Wrecking Ball" -- a modern standard…   Read Story »
In recent years, the Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche has made a holiday tradition out of sending us a new cover every year. He picks out a track from the year that's just ending, records…   Read Story »
The always-eclectic Øya collected dozens of big name international acts and local bands to Oslo's Medieval Park and neighboring clubs over four days last week. Among them: Björk, A$AP Rocky, the…   Read Story »
Acclaimed Brooklyn-via-Norway singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche turns 30 in a few weeks, and to celebrate he's releasing his first live album -- Bootlegs -- along with reissues of his first four albums…   Read Story »
Norwegian popsmith Sondre Lerche, it would seem, is the type to keep unreleased songs on his hard drive for years and then just give them away on a whim. Lerche recorded the tricky, intricate "Boxing…   Read Story »
Sondre Lerche's new video for "When The River" is a pretty, soft-focus splicing of Super 8 film (from drummer David Heilman's childhood) and Lerche performance footage shot by his Lerche's, Mona.…   Read Story »
In what's become something of an annual holiday tradition, Norwegian artist and Stereogum buddy Sondre Lerche has once again gifted us with a cover of one of his favorite songs of the year. In…   Read Story »
Back in March we premiered "Domino," from Sondre Lerche's upcoming self-titled LP. In that post I mentioned how Lerche had embraced Brooklyn a bit more on his new record. The same applies to his…   Read Story »