Dream pop duo Sweet Tempest Shares ‘Bones and Machinations’ EP

‘Bones and Machinations’, is the new EP from Danish duo SWEET TEMPEST out now via Cicada. Written, produced and mixed by the duo of Julian Winding and Luna Kira (whose soundtrack to the 2016 film The Neon Demon has well over 1 million views on Youtube), SWEET TEMPEST have already racked up hundreds of thousands of plays online with loyal support from influential Youtube channel ElectroPosé and tastemaker publications such as Wonderland, GAFFA, Indie Shuffle and JaJaJa amongst others, not to mention appearances at high-profile festivals such as VEGA in Copenhagen and performing in support of pop singer Fallulah, the duo is certainly an act to keep a close eye on in 2017.

Citing Rhye, Tom Waits and the Beach Boys as influences, SWEET TEMPEST has been favourably compared to the Cocteau Twins, Beach House and Au Revoir Simone. Theydraw inspiration from the adventurous aspects of everyday life to produce expertly-crafted pop music that sways along dreamily, yet contains many emotional nuances, fuelling sharp, sweet feelings of longing and nostalgia. “Wandering Song”is set to further enhance SWEET TEMPEST’s reputation for crafting gorgeous, polished dream pop music.


1.Colourful Rain

2.Wandering Song

3.From The Night


5.Empty Box


Follow Sweet Tempest:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweettempestmusic/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SweetTempest1

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/sweet-tempest-music

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqKN1NVunBwMN68G2HSRVtg

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