Category Archives: English

Album Review: Tachys – Tachys

While on hiatus from their main projects, old friends Jonas Bjerre and Tobias Wilner (Blue Foundation) finally found the time to work on a project together. The first sign of life from the new supergroup, Tachys (presumably named after a type of ground beetle), was a cryptic social media post in January 2020. What this…

Live: Musikhuset / ODEON

Aarhus, Denmark (February 5, 2022) / Odense, Denmark (February 6, 2022) During Comforting Sounds, the man next to me shows his wife his raised arm, replete and complete with goosebumps and hair all stood up. This is Odense, February 2022, and in all respects, the few thousand of us who are the lucky ones tonight are…

Live: Kesärauha Festival

Turku, Finland (August 6, 2021) ”There are no perfect live shows.” Mew: ”Hold my smørrebrød.” Someone wrote this on Twitter right after the show, and it’s funny because it’s kind of true. I haven’t written about Mew in a while, but that is mainly because there hasn’t been any new material or live shows in…

‘Scandinavian Star’ OST Released

Soundtrack for the documentary series Scandinavian Star has been released on various platforms today. You can find it at least on Jonas Bjerre‘s new YouTube channel and on Spotify. He wrote approximately 60 pieces of music and 38 of them were released. The whole soundtrack is nearly two hours in length which is somewhat unusual,…

‘Kites’ Reissue Album Details

From the official press release: MEW – Jonas Bjerre, Johan Wohlert and Silas Graae are delighted to announce the special edition reissue of their iconic album And The Glass Handed Kites, as part of Record Store Day 2020 on Saturday, April 18th 2020. Released via Music On Vinyl (and A:larm in Denmark), the special edition…

MewX Podcast

Today we reveal the project that we’ve been cooking up behind the scenes for the last few months: The MewX Podcast! In each episode, we aim to reminisce and talk nostalgia, as well as analyze and discuss everything about each song in the Mew back catalog. Hosted by Danish Frenger Thomas Dyregaard, this podcast also…