Hanne Kolsto

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and Panic is Hanne Kolsto’s third solo album in the space of three years so you’d be forgiven for thinking this record may be more panic than stillness but song by song the album reveals itself to be a perfectly crafted piece of haunting electronica.

Kolsto recorded this album using old marching band instruments found in her childhood home so as you can imagine every sound reflects a different and unique aspect of her personality. Vocals are perfectly flawed and when blended with a distictly individual soundscape contribute to creating the “ugly-beautiful” music she is famed for. The best bit is Stillness and Panic is out on the 7th of May via Jansen Plate Production so no long wait either!