A wonderfully textured album designed for the listener to entirely lose themselves in, Solander’s Monochromatic Memories is out today via Tendervision and to celebrate Malmö duo Fredrik Karlsson and Anja Linna have revealed the Jonas Eriks directed video for their second single “The Woods Are Gone”.

- Speaking to us about the video Karlsson said: “We wanted to make a video that extends the feeling of the song and not so adds to the narrative. The woods are gone is an eerie song and we hope the video harmonize with that. We thought it could be nice to introduce ourselves to new listeners by showing the band playing. And the style kind of paraphrases a sixties music video. The video was shot in Stockholm with a wonderful team under the tight lead of director Jonas Eriks and photographer Viking Jonsson. When shooting the video we had just finished a tour with Junip, which is why we might look a bit shady….”

To which Eriks added “I wanted to create a video with a Solander gig that takes place in a world that is part real- and part dreamworld, inspired by the double meaning of the lyrics. To create a dark space where time is a little bit twisted and where you only have a vague idea about where it is set. By adding textures like graphic forms and patterns I wanted to further emphasize the dreamy touch of the video.”