Love Is All

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Not to be confused with All Is Love.
For other uses, see Love Is All (disambiguation).
Love Is All
Origin Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Indie pop
Years active 2003–present
Labels What's Your Rupture?
Polyvinyl Record Co.
Members Nicholaus Sparding
Josephine Olausson
James Ausfahrt
Markus Görsch
Johan Lindwall

Love Is All is a Swedish five-piece indie pop band from Gothenburg, Sweden. It releases songs in English. Paste Magazine has stated that it makes "infectiously lo-fi punk rock laced with saxophone and melodic vocals".[1]


Swedish band Love Is All are composed of Josephine Olausson (vocals, keyboard), Johan Lindwall (bass), Markus Görsch (drums), James Ausfahrt (saxophone), and Nicholaus Sparding (guitar/vocals). Olausson, Sparding, and Görsch had previously been members of Girlfrendo. The trio promptly regrouped after that band's demise and added Lindwall, who had recorded in a side project with Olausson and Sparding called Cat Skills. They finally added the missing piece with saxophone player Fredrik Eriksson. While earning many rave reviews from the blogging community for their blend of art punk and indie rock, the band released several singles, one of which made single of the week in NME. The singles were collected on the debut LP Nine Times That Same Song, released by New York-based What's Your Rupture? in late 2005. After much touring through 2006 and 2007, Eriksson left the band and Love Is All continued on as a quartet. A Hundred Things Keep Me Up at Night and the remix album Love Is All Mixed Up arrived in 2008, along with Eriksson's replacement Åke Strömer (saxophone, keyboards). They are currently signed to Polyvinyl Record Co..



Remix albums[edit]

Singles and EPs[edit]

Other appearances[edit]

  • "Pappas Tant(previously unreleased)" (September 2011, Polyvinyl Records's Japan 3.11.11: A Benefit Album)[2]


  1. ^ "Band of the Week: Love is All :: Music :: Features :: Paste". Retrieved 2015-11-08. 
  2. ^ "Polyvinyl Records - Japan 3.11.11: A Benefit Album". Polyvinyl Records Official Web Site. Retrieved August 7, 2012. 

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