Jonas Lindberg & The Other Side – new album in February

From from Stockholm, Sweden, founded in 2012 by bass player, songwriter and producer; Jonas Lindberg & The Other Side originate back to 2008 when the EP “ In Secret
Pace
” was recorded as an exam-project at the MusicAcademy in Piteå, Sweden. The first recordings featured a large lineup of musicians and was originally intended to work as a demo for an upcoming band. But as term ended Jonas moved to Stockholm to pursue a
career as a freelance musician and the idea got put on hold. In 2012 “In Secret Pace” was finally released on digital platforms as Jonas started to work on new material.

This time the lineup featured a five piece band and the second EP “The Other Side” was finished and released in 2013. The project was named Jonas Lindberg & The
Other Side
from the title track of the album.

In 2015 the band began working on their first full length album and released “Pathfinder” in 2016 to great reviews. After the enthusiastic reception of the album, Jonas immediately began writing new material in the following months. But due to heavy touring with lots of other commitments the project got put on hold until 2019, when the band finally started recording a follow-up album.

The new album – called “Miles From Nowhere” features the same lineup as on previous albums along with a few more guest musicians. Returning on a few tracks is Simon Wilhelmsson (drums) as well as Jonas’s brother Joel and Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings,
Transatlantic) on lead guitars. Missing is the band’s keyboard player Michael Ottosson who sadly passed away in the summer of 2020, leading to Jonas taking on full keyboard duties for the album.

Miles From Nowhere is due for release on 18 February 2022 by Inside Out

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