Tuvaband has released her new album titled ‘New Orders’. An #indie flavor throughout with distinctiveness and originality purveying through each track, we get an interesting mix with every song as if they got that individual love and care.

Overall, Tuvaband has that signature vocals but, what more, she knows how to cater that vocal set to fit the song, that defines that originality that her music is.

While you may have found a favorite already, that may change as time goes and this grows on you. Because it will stay with you. Promise.

About Tuvaband

Norway-based indie-rock artist Tuvaband is a critically-acclaimed artist with an impressive international profile that, to date, has earned 40 million cumulative streams on Spotify. Tuvaband is the wildly eclectic brainchild of fearless songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Tuva Hellum Marschhäuser. Tuva previously earned a Norwegian Grammy nomination.

Her song “Irreversible” was remixed by beloved dub icon Lee “Scratch” Perry. Tuva’s intrepid artistry has garnered favorable comparisons to Kate Bush, Cocteau Twins, David Lynch, and CocoRosie. Her songwriting exudes an indie-pop mystique, easing through delicate, piano-led folk, softly-soaring post-rock, and carefully-crafted sound design. Floating over these carefully-composed songs and densely textured soundscapes are Tuva’s fluttery vocals which manage to be both visceral and vulnerable.

Tuvaband’s latest album, New Orders, is a bold exploration of the many facets of her creativity. It marks the first time she did everything on an album, including playing all the instruments (except trombone and drums, though she had programmed these beforehand and additionally kept parts of it), recording, producing, and mixing. It’s a pure transmission of Tuva’s full-bloom artistry.

Her unique and now synonymous indie folk pop exploration is ever present in this euphoric, yet eerie offering that sparks so much intrigue. This is the beautiful thing about Tuva’s writing, in which she can create a dream-like atmosphere with just her vocals and piano playing, before it transcends into another sphere entirely

Tuva’s full musical identity and personality is implemented into ‘New Orders’, it’s a brilliantly off centre and quirky indie folk song that shows why Tuvaband has been such a success. The chorus is spellbinding and is so complex in terms of instrumentation and sonics, where she still manages to keep the attention solely focused on her voice. Another special release from Tuva, who is now arguably creating her best work to date.