Efterklang announce new album, Things We Have In Common

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Efterklang have announced a new album. The long running Danish group will release their first new album in three years, Things We Have In Common, on September 27 via City Slang. Today they’ve released the first single, “Plant,” featuring Mabe Fratti (who also just announced a new album). Hear it below.

Vocalist Casper Clausen said in a statement that “Plant” is “a song dedicated to the act of reaching out, beyond ourselves, daring to go beyond our inner world and share ourselves with others, putting our vulnerability on display, like a plant reaching for the light. This is one of the first songs we wrote for the new album, and it’s been a long journey, starting from a sketch by our longtime friend, collaborator, and co-founder of Efterklang, pianist Rune Mølgaard.”

Collaborator Mabe Fratti says added that making the song was “was extremely joyful as I remember witnessing the song developing when I went with Efterklang to Sommertræf two years ago. It’s a breeze, this song. I felt that Casper’s tone and mine are super friendly with each other!”

Efterklang’s last album was 2021’s Windflowers. That same year, vocalist Casper Clausen released his debut solo album, Better Way.

Efterklang Things We Have In Common tracklist:

1) Balancing Stones
2) Plant
3) Getting Reminders
4) Ambulance
5) Leave It All Behind
6) Animated Heart
7) Shelf Break
8) Sentiment
9) To A New Day

Efterklang tour dates:

May 17: Warsaw, PL – Millennium Docs Against Gravity
Jun 15: Loshult, SE – Efterklangs Sommertræf
Aug 23: Svendborg, DK – Harders Under Himlen
Oct 5: London, UK – Barbican
Nov 2: Sønderborg, DK – Alsion
Nov 4: Leipzig, DE – UT Connewitz
Nov 5: Vienna, AT – B72
Nov 6: Prague, CZ – Palac Akropolis
Nov 7: Bielsko-Biała, PL – Cavatina Hall
Nov 8: Berlin, DE – Lido
Nov 13: Odense, DK – Magasinet
Nov 14: Aalborg, DK – Studenterhuset
Nov 15: Aarhus, DK – Voxhall
Nov 16: Copenhagen, DK – Store Vega
Dec 5: Vilnius, LV – Kablys
Dec 6: Riga, LT – Tu Jau Zini Kur
Dec 7: Tallinn, EE – Paavli Kultuurivabrik
Dec 8: Helsinki, FI – Kuudes Linja
Dec 10: Uppsala, SE – Katalin
Dec 11: Stockholm, SE – Debaser Strand
Dec 12: Oslo, NO – Munch
Dec 13: Göteborg, SE – Skeppet
Dec 14: Malmö, SE – Babel

Jan 18: Antwerp, BE – De Singel
Jan 19: Maastricht, NL – Muziekgieterij
Jan 20: Utrecht, NL – Pandora @ TivoliVredenburg
Jan 22: Oberhausen, DE – Ebertbad
Jan 23: Wiesbaden, DE – Kesselhaus
Jan 24: Munich, DE – Strom
Jan 25: Milan, IT – Bellezza
Jan 27: Zurich, CH – Bogen F
Jan 28: Stuttgart, DE – Im Wizermann
Jan 29: Paris, FR – Alhambra

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