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Hailing from Gälve, Sweden, the duo of the Deer Tracks, a.k.a. David Lehnberg and Elin Lindfors, released their debut album Aurora in 2008, and it received praise from publications such as NME, The Guardian, Clash Magazine, and several others. Since then they’ve released an EP, The Archer Trilogy Part 1 and a LP, The Archer Trilogy Part 2 (which saw a Stateside release thanks to the Control Group).
The story behind the creation of The Archer Trilogy is pretty interesting. After completing a successful tour across most of the Eastern Hemisphere, Lehnberg and Lindfors retreated to Lindfors’ grandmother’s cabin, without telephones and friends, and with one barely working computer to write, produce and record the material that became The Archer Trilogy. In “Tiger,” a track from those sessions, you can hear the buzzing sense of dread and unease.
This was video I must have played about 6 times. It just got to me and in a very visceral way.