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The Mercy

by Stellan Wahlstrom Drift Band

Urban folk rock from Stockholm, the guitars are cranked up for the first single from the coming album "Hotel Continental".
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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Album Notes
Here is the first taste of the new album by Stellan Wahlström Drift Band. It will be called "Hotel Continental"
and will be released later this spring. The first single "The Mercy" is uptempo and the guitars are cranked up too.

The album was recorded on 2'' tape at Cobra Studio in Stockholm by Christian Gabel (who had just recorded the new Hello
Saferide album), and mixed in New York by Patrick Derivaz (who recently worked with Television).

The musicians on this track are Stellan Wahlström - vocals & guitars, Johan Werner - piano & Hammond, Bo Schager - bass,
Lutten Larsson - drums, and Mats Grönmark - solo guitar.

PRESS about the previous album “Across the room”:

“I have to admit I’m a sucker for heartfelt tunes like these as long as the
songwriting is good and it is played with passion, like these songs are.”
// Dagger Zine (USA)

“This album definitely deserves recognition. Alt-country and Velvet Underground in a perfect symbiosis.
The fine ringing guitars make a notable impression. More than anything there is a sincerity in Stellan Wahlström’s
voice which makes the words he’s singing meaningful and elevates the music.”
// Östran (Sweden)

“They elegantly hang around Lou Reed as confidently as when they occasionally sneak into some Americana.
And Stellan Wahlström’s lyrics on top of great songs like “Burn baby burn” and “Never look a woman in the eyes”
can definitely be enjoyed.”
// Oskarshamns Tidning (Sweden)

“Across the room” is an excellent album, the first single “Charlotte says” is a true gem. There are a couple of piano songs on this brilliant album where “Burn baby burn”, “What are you made of?” and the very passionate and tender highlight “Don’t go” stand out.”
// Roots-time (Belgium)

“8 / 10″
// Side-line (Belgium)



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