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JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here



Farao

Farao

JACOB BERRY
The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 February 2014

£6.50 ADVANCE
FARAO.BANDCAMP.COM , WWW.CLASHMUSIC.COM/NEWS/TRACK-OF-THE-DAY-1712-FARAO

Combining wistful melodies, keyboards that quietly fizz in the backdrop of her finger-picked guitar murmurs and lo-fi bumps and whistles, all infused with a wondrous Nordic iciness, the Norwegian songstress Farao might beguile like Radiohead and haunt like PJ Harvey, but make no mistake about it – she is a bright new talent in her own right. Her debut EP was recorded in Iceland with Mike Lindsay from Brit experimenters Tunng /Cheek Mountain Thief, and Jahnsen found making the record amid the wintry scapes of Reykjavik an inspiring process. Jahnsen played almost all of the instruments across the four tracks here, carefully fashioning a gossamer bed of folk-pop sounds to lay her vocal ruminations on love, life and mortality on. It’s a listen that recalls the stripped emotionacrunch of Bon Iver, sumptuous textures of Poliça and bravery of Laura Marling.

In 2013 Jahnsen brought her unique sound to The Great Escape, Secret Garden Party and Reeperbahn festivals, as well as venues across Europe as tour support to the likes of Karl Hyde of Underworld fame, Moddi and Icelandic superstar-in-the-making Ásgeir

“Farao’s subtly supernatural folk is the next big thing to come out of the fjords” Time Out Magazine

Plus support from Jacob Berry

Tickets available here







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