Division of Laura Lee

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Division of Laura Lee
Origin Vänersborg, Sweden
Genres Punk rock, indie rock, garage rock, garage punk, alternative rock, post-punk revival
Years active 1997 (1997)–present
Labels Epitaph, Burning Heart
Website divisionoflauralee.com
Members Håkan Johansson
Per Stålberg
Jonas Gustafsson
David Fransson
Past members Henrik Röstberg

Division of Laura Lee is a band of Swedish musicians/skateboarders originally from Vänersborg, Sweden heavily influenced by post-punk bands, britpop and the DC music scene (Dischord Records). The name comes from Laura Lee, a soul singer, and the phrase "Division Of" which was spotted on a cardboard box at their practice space. The band resides in Gothenburg, Sweden.

In 2011 Division Of Laura Lee started working on a new album with Jason Lytle.

Two of the founding members also play in Frantic Mantis.




Year Album Record label Peak positions
1999 At the Royal Club Arabesque  –
2002 Black City Burning Heart / Epitaph  –
2003 97-99 Lovitt Records  –
2004 Das Not Compute Burning Heart / Epitaph  –
2008 Violence Is Timeless I Made This 34
2013 Tree Oh Really!? 41


  • 2001: "Pretty Electric" (Burning Heart/Green Hell)
  • 2002: "Need To Get Some" (Burning Heart)
  • 2002: "Black City" (Burning Heart)
  • 2003: "Trapped In" (Burning Heart)
  • 2004: "Das Compute" (Epitaph)
  • 2005: "Dirty Love" (Epitaph)
  • 2008: "Central Park" (I Made This)
  • 2008: "LAX" (I Made This)
  • 2010: Violence Is Timeless EP (I Made This)

Vinyl Singles[edit]

  • 1998: "There Is A First Time For Everything" 7" (Dolt Records)
  • 1998: "Split" 7" (with Milemarker) (Elephant Kids)
  • 1999: "Split" 7" with Impel (Carcrash Records)

Music Videos[edit]

  • Black City (2002)
  • Need to Get Some (2002)
  • Does Compute (2004)
  • Dirty Love (2005)
  • Central Park (2008)
  • LAX (2008)
  • Violence Is Timeless (2010)


  1. ^ "Ola discography". swedishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 13 April 2013. 

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