The Lost Poets - Insubordia, Part Deux!

All images courtesy of Lost Poets (&Creative Commons)

Not too long ago, we found the Lost Poets, and were immediately intrigued by Sweden's international men of mystery. If you recall, their faces are unknown and covered by a tar like substance, and they only wish to wear top hats and tails.

All images courtesy of Lost Poets (&Creative Commons)

The two-man extravaganza (David Rosengren and Petter Ossian Strömberg) are back with Insubordia Pt II. Bringing listeners once again into another world, that's often dark and strange at times, but still filled with beautiful melodies and unique vocals. As before, the duo are here to express "everything and nothing" to their audience, so the visceral experience remains truly beautiful, gritty, and immense.

All images courtesy of Lost Poets (&Creative Commons)

Lead track, Danny Electro (watch music video here) is stark and heavy, whereas As Long as I Am Conscious and Clear in My Mind is ethereal and almost Bowieesque.  

 Insubordia pt II - Tracklisting:

1. Insubordia pt II - 04:33 - David Rosengren & Petter Strömberg

2. Danny Electro - 04:23 - David Rosengren

3. Bound - 03:32 - David Rosengren

4. Mouth -  03:20 - David Rosengren & Petter Strömberg

5. Beyond Redemption - 02:03 - David Rosengren & Petter Strömberg

6. In A Wasteland - 03:09 - David Rosengren

7. 1000 Mph - 04:23 - David Rosengren

8. In Filth - 03:10 - David Rosengren & Petter Strömberg

9. As Long As I Am Conscious And Clear In My Mind - 04:33 - David Rosengren & Petter strömberg

10. Monomyth - 02:09 - David Rosengren & Petter Strömberg

Their previous release, Insubordia (and single Mouth) received rave reviews internationally, and in a very short time they have become (as we predicted) much sought after in the States. They have already been included in Dolph Lundgrens forthcoming feature film Without You I'm Nothing and opened for Volto (#Tool drummer Danny Carey's band) at the infamous Viper Room on Sunset Boulevard, a few weeks after relocating to Los Angeles. Currently, the Lost Poets are working on the short film Tales from Insubordia

and a self-titled children's book, though I'm guessing The Lost Poets is more inspired by Roald Dahl, than Dr. Seuss.

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