Misplaced

Smooth as a field of freshly fallen snow and everywhere you look silver gems are twinkling. From Stockholm to the woods of northern Sweden boerd, aka, Bård Ericson, has hewn a delightful album, Misplaced, with vocals contributed by Stella (Brödet, Stella Explorer) that add a really nice element to the album.

boerd Misplaced

boerd may have felt misplace but he has crafted a nice laid back album of chill that I felt compelled to listen attentively to, more than once, in an attempt to catch all the nuances that fill the spaces between notes. There are a nice mix of electronica, Musique concrète, as well as “real” musical instruments, boerd masterfully weaves between the worlds of digital and analog, where we find boerd playing the guitar and cello.

As a regular member of the Royal Swedish Opera, Swedish Radio Symphony, and Stockholm Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Ericson has also proven himself as an accomplished double bass player for numerous ensembles around the world. His involvement is these classical ventures only adds to the otherworldly sound of his new album, Misplaced, which will be released

I highly recommend this for anyone who likes chill, ambient, shoe-gaze, contemplative, thoughtful, intelligent music. I am going to stop gushing superlatives all over this and go listen to it again. By the way, I give it a 9.5/10.

boerd released the single ‘Before We Drown’ ft. Stella Explorer on the 4th October via Anjunadeep, and the single “Look” dropped on October 29th, the full-length debut album ‘Misplaced’ arriving later this year.

‘Misplaced’ is available to pre-order now, digitally and on 12” vinyl through Anjunadeep.

https://music.anjunabeats.com/release/142271-boerd-misplaced

It is available for streaming on Soundcloud and iTunes.

https://soundcloud.com/anjunadeep/sets/boerd-misplaced-dns/s-xkLRK

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