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by Oh Hiroshima

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Neu 05:43
Seasons pass, violet light within Slanted rain I’ve been had, ravens fly with me, Ushering In my arms, in my arms You dwell In my arms, in my arms You dwell Not too late
Somewhere Show me Adam, Show me Adam Show me where
Simulacra 07:23
From first to last This world won’t pass In light of this Step down, resist
Ghosts are roaming in the dead of night Hear the shimmering unknown All the creatures fading out of time There’s no trace left in the snow On the other side, a thin red line You can pass at winters end The horizon holds a ship within Those who left without commands To hold inside The future I The signs aligning To hold inside The future I Tomorrow some will leave me See others step in line Tomorrow some will be here The Absolute will arise
In Solar 07:00
You’re wasting all pages It’s so bright, surreal With ashes in my hair I reach for your hive Breaching the end
Molnet 10:13
Take all hours Wait for answers Past the sorrow Endless fences Lose what you know Autumn reset Transcend these words Enter solace


Oh Hiroshima have been working four long years on their third studio album – four intense years that blossomed into Oscillation. In 2019 the Swedes` tools are still abstract guitar work, dreamlike vocals and a hint of Electronica, and this time around none other than Magnus Lindberg (Cult Of Luna) delivered the final layer in shape of mastering duties. The seven new soundscapes receive their dynamics from soaring guitars and rather dense song structures (quite unusual in terms of post rock): The result is an album like a beautiful fever dream that holds the listener enthralled for a long, long time.



released July 26, 2019


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Oh Hiroshima Sweden

Swedish post-rock duo.

‘All Things Shining’, the band’s fifth studio album, sees the project pared down to a brotherly core as they expand ever further into new sonic territories.


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