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the AU interview: Adam Olenius of the Shout Out Louds (Stockholm)

The Shout Out Louds are keeping a deep, dark secret amongst their ranks. Around the mid-2000s, the band rode a wave of European indie rock bands roaring through a renaissance of cool; with soundtrack features, hit singles and world tours for all. While many bands from that period essentially burnt out, splitting with major labels and disbanding, Shout Out Louds just kept working away. They kept the exact same line-up, they never had any major public spats, they released consistently good records (including this year's Optica) and they never compromised for anyone or anything. The facts don't lie, and when they're presented to the band's lead singer, Adam Olenius, he's simply asked one question: What's their secret?

Album News Weekly: Sunday, 17 February 2013

This week we have a load of exciting album news to share with you, with upcoming releases from the likes of Stereophonic's, The Drones, Low, Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J and much, much more!

the AU interview: Adam Olenius of Shout out Louds (Sweden)

Adam Olenius, Shout Out Louds

Larry Heath recently spoke to to Shout Out Louds’ Adam Olenius, about touring, finding love down under and the best audiences from home to the horizons.

No Years gets creative as the end of the year approaches!

New Years Eve is fast approaching and if you still haven’t decided how to celebrate the end of this beautiful, crazy year of 2010 then here’s a little incentive to help make up your mind.

No Years is offering you the chance to win a double pass to see Shout Out Louds, Neon Indian, The John Steel Singers, Jonathan Boulet, Seekae, Seja, Parades, Oh Ye Denver Birds, Little Scout, Bleeding Knees Club and so many more at the Brisbane Powerhouse to see in 2011.

Shout Out Louds - Supports Announced, Melbourne Show Selling Fast

Swedish pop perfectionists Shout Out Louds are returning to Australia this summer in support of their wonderful new album “Work”. Warming the stage for the five-piece in Melbourne will be melodic lo-fi specialists Owl Eyes, with Seabellies bringing their own brand of dreamy indie pop to the Sydney show.