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Bergen, Hordaland, Norway

Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
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'Ingen kommer unna politikken' 2011 - Vinyl Single / digital single
'Program 91' – LP / CD / Digital 2011 (Smalltown Supersound)
Vondt I hjertet – Digital single 2011 (Smalltown Supersound)
Kommando – Vinyl Single 2008 (Tellé / Opplett)



Formed in 2005, Marie Amdam, Maria Råkil, Marie Moe and Embla Karidotter Dahleng have been childhood friends since
the age of 6, discovering their parents’ rock records before delving into punk as early teenagers.

The band consumed equal parts Jamaican music, sugary pop and underground Norwegian rock records – the album title - a nod to both the year of the members’ birth and 1980s Norwegian New Wave group Program 81.

Influences aside, Program 91 finds the perfect middle ground between late-night, detached cool and youthful ebullience.

Recorded over the course of a year on weekends – hey, the group still had school after all – the release of Program 91
was the first, but far from last, goal of the band when they formed six years ago. For Amdam, the group’s primary songwriter, writing in both Norwegian and English eventually became second nature.

For now, the group, named after a code word used by the band to describe a cute guy, is gearing up to begin touring.

On “Why We Have to Wait,” Razika’s cover of 1960s Norwegian pop group The Pussycats, Amdam sings, “Why we have to wait so long/People say we’re far too young.”
Judging by the dexterity and maturity inherent on every song of Program 91, no falser words have ever been uttered.