November Homecoming
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November Homecoming

Band Folk Jazz


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"Release concert review"

November Homecoming has until now been an unknown name to me, but as their music floats through the air I realise that I must not forget this name. Their music is rooted somewhere in the folk-pop-jazz land, and even though the ground was bare and temperature mild, November Homecoming would have melted the snow if there was any, and warmed us all up.
Vocalist Linn has a gorgeous voice and sings with such confidence that you would think she had never done anything but sing all of her life. The songs are basically quiet and calm yet energetic. Especially Ain't Sleepy and Beginning of the End. - Kristiansand student paper Unikum

"Release concert review 2"

November Homecoming displayed a big talent and control onstage. Captivating music and voices made them a great start of this concert evening.
November Homecoming started it all off with beautiful songs. -

"Album sketch review"

A new twist in the category folk meets jazz, or is it jazz meets folk. It's nevertheless comforting and nice to listen to, the kind of music I find it suiting in a small pub. A quiet and not too crowded bar with corners in which you can hide away and just enjoy the music. Linn has a beautiful voice annd it suits Tomas' voice very well too. -

"General review 2"

Laidback and warm folk-pop-jazz fronted by the lovely voice of Linn Merethe Rogns√ły. Time to open the blue cheeze and the red wine from the last century. -

"General review 3"

Advanced musicians. - Krs LIVE

"General review"

Elements of jazz, bluegrass and folk music in an elegant mix. -


The band is currently recording their debut album in Bergen and Oslo. The album is expected to be released in the course of 2009 on a major label. The debut single Free is now on and



It's been said that the rural parts of Bergen, Norway has been inhabited for thousands of years. This hard nature, the wild landscape of lush forests, high mountains and deep fjords has served as inspiration for the melancholic music of November Homecoming.
From the ever so hip, hyped and fast changing music scene in Bergen, the members of November Homecoming found each other through the love of folk and earthy music in the course of 2005.
They wanted to make music which conveyed personal emotions and relations instead of riding the trends of trippy urban electronica oriented club sounds which seems to have been the main music style in the Bergen scene since the first big international hype back in the late ninetees.
November Homecoming goes back to their roots with singer/songwriter's style tunes with meaningful lyrics and their hearts on their sleeves.