Grand Island (band)
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Jon Iver Helgaker
|Past members||Inge Kristian Brodersen|
Grand Island is a Norwegian band. The band was formed in Oslo in 2004, with members from Moss, Sørumsand, and Oslo. They released their first album Say No To Sin in 2006. The band themselves refer to their music as 'southern indie'. 'Say No To Sin' was well received in Norway and appeared on many lists of the best albums in 2006.
Vocalist and guitarist Espen Gustavsen also plays in the band "Johnny Cane Band" with Terje Krumins of fellow Norwegian band Superfamily.
- Eirik Iversen - Bass
- Inge Brodersen - Bass (2004–2008)
- Nils Brodersen - Drums / Perc
- Jon Iver Helgaker - Keys / Vocals
- Espen Gustavsen- Vocals / Guitar
- Pål Gustavsen - Banjo / Guitar / Vocals
- Say No To Sin
This is the band's debut album, released by Grand Island in August 2006. The album contains the song "Us Annexed", which received a Spellemann Award for best music video, directed by Aksel Hennie. Grand Island recorded the album in Athletic Studios in Halden, Norway, and the album was mixed in Los Angeles by Steven McDonald and Ken Sluiter.
- Boys & Brutes
This is the band's second album, released in Spring 2008.
- Songs From Östra Knoll 1.22
This is the band's third album, released in 2010.
- Della Loved Steve
This is the band's fourth album, released on March 15, 2013.
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