Daniel Norgren to release new album Wooh Dang on 19th April

February 16, 2019

Daniel Norgren to release new album Wooh Dang on 19th April

Listen to the sublime lead single
“The Flow” which premiered on NPR

Daniel Norgren is to release his new album entitledWooh Dang, on April 19 via Superpuma Records. Recorded live and entirely on a 16 track analogue rig, the album was produced by Norgren and engineered by longtime collaborator, Pelle Nyhage in a 19th-century textile farmhouse in the woods of Southwest Sweden.

Today Norgren shared the first single “The Flow” via NPR who described the “ethereal and entrancing tune… inspired by landscape and soundscapes.” 

“Filled with a sense of patient, slowly unfurling space” describes Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats while introducing Norgren at Talkhouse. “The Flow” is Norgren’s first new music since 2015, and the upcoming release of Wooh Dang will be the Swedish artist’s first album to be distributed worldwide.

The album was recorded with Daniel’s old friends, Anders Grahn on bass, Erik Berntsson playing drums and Andreas Filipsson on guitar and whistle.

European tour dates:
April 27 – Pustervik – Göteborg, SE (SOLD OUT)
April 28 – Cirkus – Stockholm, SE (SOLD OUT)
April 29 – Åhaga – Borås, SE
April 30 – Tonhallen – Sundsvall, SE
May 2 – Kulturens hus – Luleå, SE
May 3  – Norrlandsoperan – Umeå, SE (SOLD OUT)
May 4 – Gävles Konserthus – Gävle, SE (SOLD OUT)
May 5 – Konserthuset – Göteborg, SE (SOLD OUT)
May 18 – Vega – Copenhagen, DK
May 19 – Uebel & Gefaehrlich – Hamburg, DE
May 20 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL
May 21 – De Roma – Antwerpen, BE
May 23 – Stadtgarten – Cologne, DE
May 24 – Festsaal – Berlin, DE
May 26 – Sentrum Scene – Oslo, NO
July 31 – Bush Hall – London, U.K.
August 16 – Parkenfestivalen – Bødo, NO (SOLD OUT)

Pre-order Wooh

Wooh Dang Tracklisting:
Blue Sky Moon
The Flow
Dandelion Time
The Power
Rolling Rolling Rolling
So Glad
Let Love Run The Game
The Day That’s Just Begun
When I Hold You In My Arms
Wooh Dang

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