Nice Guardian piece on Efterklang and their An Island project.
As with everything Efterklang do, it’s rooted in a desire to get people excited by music in unconventional ways. “Every time I go to the cinema, I’m puzzled,” says Clausen. “The whole thing is so powerful, and if you could only present music like that – if you could have a music cinema where people sit and hear a record in the dark – it could completely change the picture of how people listen to music.” The band feel they have begun to effect such a change with the fan-screenings of An Island. And the best part, says Stolberg, is that Efterklang themselves are hardly involved. “Tonight this film is going to screen in 20 places. So 20 people have emailed their friends, have spoken to a venue, have put up posters. There are Efterklang events happening all around the world and we don’t have a clue. That’s so rewarding for us.”