While supporting M83 in the US on tour, I Break Horse (Maria Lindén and musical partner Fredrik Balck) visited Room 205 for a synth heavy live session during a brutal heatwave. To combat the heat, they stripped down to their underwear before a single note warbled from their synths.
Watch I Break Horses’ super cool opening performance of Wired below.
More About I Break Horses? Residing in Stockholm, Sweden, I Break Horses quietly crafted their 2011 debut album Hearts via stolen moments gathered up over a span of three years. Although influenced by My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive and Jesus & Mary Chain, I Break Horses is far from a typical shoegaze band. Coupled with Lindén’s vocals, a gorgeous Scandinavian croon bathed in layers of oceanic reverb and tremelo, and God only knows how many synths, drum pads and ornately effected guitar chords, I Break Horses offers a unique sonic experience unlike anything else you’ll soon hear.
More about Room 205? Working in collaboration with visiting musicians and a revolving cast of filmmakers, set designers, audio engineers and friends, Room 205 exists to share our collective passion for art and music and showcase the people that inspire us.
For more information on Room 205, visit goincase.com/room205.