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Pretty good company!

2017 - 03.22

Classic Rock Magazine UK lists the worlds best 121 vinyl albums (A-Z) to invest in on this years Record Store Day. And “Understanding Gravity” is one of them. Get yours before they’re out of stock!

¡manos arriba!

2017 - 01.31

Pearl Jam, Kiss, Ozzy, The Who, Wilco, Alice Cooper, The Black Crowes e.t.c. These are just some of the acts that have played this festival over the years. And it’s no secret that we LOVE Spain. So:

We are EXTREMELY happy to announce that we are confirmed to play Spain’s biggest rock event: AZKENA ROCK FESTIVAL 2017!

See you on Friday the 23rd of June! (Midsummer’s Eve for us swedes).

Finally! Yes!

2016 - 08.17

After the meltdown with yet another booking agency, which kinda blew the whole summer touring wise, but gave us a looong vacation, we can finally present some tour dates for our upcoming Understanding Gravity Swedish Tour! Make shure to click that you are coming on the facebook event to recieve updates on more dates, tickets e.t.c.

The dates so far are the following (more will follow):

Lördag 17 september – Katrineholm, Villa Sandhem
Lördag 8 oktober – Skottvångs Gruva
Torsdag 10 november – Västerås, Intiman
Fredag 11 november – Stockholm, Göta Källare
Fredag 25 november – Halmstad, Kajskjulet
Lördag 26 november – TBA

If you like to book us, feel free to contact Kattis Blom!
MAIL: PHONE: 073-545 10 23




2016 - 06.08

Finally! Rosehills open air stage in Ljusdal is probably the place we’ve played most times during these 10 years. And one of the places we love playing the most. This garden and the people who runs it is one of the best in Sweden in our opinion, if not the best. But for some reason we haven’t been able to sync HU’s schedule with Rosehills for a couple of years now. But today, we are thrilled to finally confirm that it will happen! It is also the PREMIERE night for the summer. Hell, we might even record a live album this time.

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There’s a thing called football, which is the closest thing to religion that we have in Sweden. Meaning, for example: when the quarter finals for the European Championship are on tv, the whole country stops in it’s tracks, the streets turn COMPLETELLY empty as even the cats and dogs are at home watching the game. Personally, I don’t get it. But that’s a whole different story. This is just the way it is. On the 2nd of July, we play at Rosehills. The quarter finals is on at 21.00 that night. Therefore, we have in a discussion with Rosehills decided to make this an earlier show than first planned starting at 19.00 (instead of eight). To finish up around 20.30. That way, anyone who wants can make it to the nearest tv set in time for the game. We’re nice people in that sense. ?