Official video for 'Från Ramberget Ser Jag Allting Som Någonsin Hänt Oss Här', taken from the new album by Killers Walk Among Us.
Album out June 4th, pre-order the album here: shop.tenderversion.com
Killers Walk Among Us was formed in Gothenburg and centered around the creative wizard,
Stefan Holmberg. During ten years ten songs have come together by the need of express and
process feelings. The expression and the creative process was the breathing of one mans life for a
long long time, until just now. This story is tough to handle, its not just about innovative bombastic
indie rock, it lies more in-between the tunes here for us to grasp and to put words on. Open
your eyes, point your ears, let the good out in this music, reflect. The story doesn’t end good,
but silence is not an option, together we can illuminate bad endings. This album is way to big and
means way to much for us, and for the band, than to be forgotten. This is the video and the second single from KWAU, "Från Ramberget Ser Jag Allting Som Någonsin Hänt Oss Här", the band and the friends celebrate their friendship and send out a last loving hug to their beloved missed friend and bandmember, Stefan Holmberg.
Words on the video:
This video is a celebration of friendship. It is a symbol of how strong it is. How it is everything.
It shows how it feels when its free and present, but also reminds you that it can be lost. Fast and
merciless. I wanted it to feel as it is no tomorrow. How everything that matters is here and now. That is the strongest part of the force we call friendship.
I wanted all of our friends to contribute to this project by filming themselves in their
ordinary daily life. I didn’t want this to be all about technical aspects in the film making. The video is
a mess, its supposed to. Maybe that is what happens when you ask a couple of musicians, artists and
photographers shoot your music video. But, that is how we wanted it to be. Messy but perfect. It is a
true story. It is all about the crescendo. This is everything thats KWAU stands for, every emotion we
ever shared. If you read this, thank you. Really, thank you. But this is the end.
– Mathias, Killers Walk Among Us
Killers Walk Among Us was part of Gothenburg’s vibrant music scene. A new band, but
with the members’ experienced roots winding through every second of their well-developed
music. Like other Swedish acts, (see: Hunt, Khoma, Cult Of Luna and label mates
September Malevolence) KWAU redefines bit by bit what the ever-present term postrock
can be synonymous with. By incorporating strong elements of indie rock, vocals and
lots of choirs on top of the drive, KWAU merge two worlds without causing a crash.