Logh (band)

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Background information
Origin Lund, Sweden
Genres Art rock, post-rock
Years active 1998–present
Website http://logh.se
Members Mattias Friberg (vocals, guitar)
Mathias Olden (bass)
Jens Hellgren (guitar)
Mattias Jeppsson (guitar)
Karl Arvidson (keyboards)
Markku Hildén (drums)
Past members Kristofer Ronstrom (drums)
Fredrik Normark (drums)

Logh (pronounced log) is a post-rock band formed in 1998 in Lund, Sweden. With four members, their first LP was released in 2002 on Bad Taste Records, incorporating elements of indie rock and shoegaze with hushed vocals and introspective lyrics. The album was followed by two more, with lo-fi shoegazer elements, lightly brushed snares, subtle guitar strumming, and droning bass lines.

After their second album, Kristofer Ronstrom (drums) was dropped from the band lineup, eventually replaced by not one but three new members, Markku Hildén (drums), Mattias Jeppsson, (guitar) and Karl Arvidson (keyboards).



Singles (7" Vinyl)

  • Ghosts (2002)
  • An Alliance of Hearts (2003)
  • The Bones of Generations (2004)
  • Lights From Sovereign States (2007)
  • The Raging Sun (2007)



  1. ^ "Logh - North (album)", swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 27 June 2013.

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