Skog

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Skog
OriginBergen, Norway
Genresindie folk
indie pop
indie rock
Years active1995–1997
2006–2011

Skog (forest in Norwegian, taking inspiration from the famous song "A Forest" by The Cure) was a rock band from Bergen which formed in the early 1990s and folded at the end of the same decade. The group consisted of Anders Waage Nilsen, Øystein Gjærder Bruvik, Eirik Glambek Bøe and Erlend Øye. The latter two later found success as the duo Kings of Convenience. The band released in 1996 the EP Tom Tids Tale, which consisted of four songs, plus a cover song of Joy Division's The Eternal on a compilation. In 2006, Anders Waage Nilsen, Øystein Gjærder Bruvik and Eirik Glambek Bøe got back together to form the band Kommode.

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Discography[edit]

EP[edit]

  • 1996 – Tom Tids Tale

Compilations[edit]

  • 1997 – VV.AA. – Balance. From The Joy Division Reservoir (Skog – The Eternal)

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