Swedish visitors come in with Tides

Colin WilsonSweden's Jeniferever bring their UK tour in support of their second full-length album Spring Tides to The Queen Charlotte, Dereham Road, Norwich on Tuesday (8pm).Colin Wilson

Sweden's Jeniferever bring their UK tour in support of their second full-length album Spring Tides to The Queen Charlotte, Dereham Road, Norwich on Tuesday (8pm).

The four-piece band from Uppsala, Sweden have previously released four EPs and one album since 2002, and have played more than 250 live shows across Europe.

Over the years, they have gained an ever-growing band of admirers, who have bestowed descriptions such as lush, melodic, swooping, shimmering, sublime and atmospheric on their music.

Some have compared their sound to the physical beauty of their native country, with its aural landscapes of slow-paced melodies which build to orchestral-like climaxes. Stylistically, the music can fit into a number of different genres, with its elements of ambient indie rock, post-rock and dream pop.

Each song is perfectly crafted in a way that lends equal importance to all instruments, with intricate interplay between Martin Sandstrom's, Kristofer Jonson's and Olle Billus's guitars, the melodic intertwining of keyboards and Kristofer Jonson's softly dolorous vocals and the warm heartbeat of Fredrik Aspelin's drumming.

Support comes from Caesura, Maths and Codes In The Clouds.

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