Holiday road: some updates

Gramps. Photo by Christopher Anderzon. 

In July, the Swedish industrial machine grinds to a standstill for holiday season. Pretty much, anyway. And so did we, apparently.

There were some shows planned for the summer which had to be rescheduled for various reasons. This, in turn, opened up an opportunity for us to have some time off.
So, at the very moment, we are a bit scattered all over the place. But don’t worry, we’ll get back to work real soon.

For those of you who have yet to catch Billy Momo live this summer, we play Liseberg (Gothenburg/Göteborg) on July 28th and Lasse i Parken (Stockholm) on July 29th.

Barba is currently constructing a studio/rehearsal space in his new house, so expect to see some interesting updates on that project real soon. We’re really excited to have a new playground to create music in.

As always, there are video projects in the works, and we are currently bouncing ideas with some talented people, as well as scouting for cool locations.

As for me personally, I recently took a week-long road trip, to clear my head, soothe my soul and lift my spirit, all of which were successfully achieved. Just going from town to town, not really having a itinerary, apart from a couple of little events, but mostly just following whatever inspiration would hit on any given day. I can highly recommend it. Of course, spending many hours on the road, you need some wicked music to listen to, so I compiled a little road trip soundtrack for y’all. May your journey take you to memories you’ll carry in your heart forever. Mine sure did.

Be safe, all you crazy kids in love out there.


Recommended road trip listening:


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Swedish 7 piece urban folk band. Tomas Juto: keyboard/lead vocals | Oskar Hovell: acoustic guitar/banjo/lead vocals | Tony Lind: drums/vocals | Oscar Harryson: guitar | Christopher Anderzon: bass/vocals | Mårten Forssman: harmonica | Andreas Prybil: percussion/vocals

2 thoughts on “Holiday road: some updates”

  1. When we lived in Spain, August was the vacation month, but Sweden is a lot farther north, so it’s probably cooling down by August. Everything just chugs along all year round here in the land of Better Call Sal and Breaking Bad. However, it tis the season for concerts at the different amphitheaters in the metro area, so lots of big names coming through town until the middle of October. One of the amphitheaters is directly across the river from our property, so we often sit out on our deck and listen to the concerts. A new house and studio space is exciting news.


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