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Live 2018:

26.1. Dynamo, Turku
2.2. Kuudes Linja, Helsinki
17.2. Valoa Festival, Tampere
22.2. The Lexington, London, UK
23.2. Doo-Bop Club, Vaasa
2.3. Torvi, Lahti
30.3. Olympia, Tampere
11.4 After Eight, Pietarsaari
12.4. Glivelab, Helsinki
19.4. Pannuhuone, Kuopio
20.4. Tuba, Oulu
21.4. Anorak, Kajaani
27.-28.4. J3 Cafe Bar, Ylivieska
5.5. Kapsäkki(Duo), Helsinki
18.5. Kerubi, Joensuu
19.5. Yläkaupungin Yö, Jyväskylä
29.5. Linnanmäki, Helsinki
13.6. Grotesk, Helsinki
21.6. Järvi Cafe & Bar, Lohja
22.6. Stadin Juhannus, Helsinki
21.7. Elmun Baari, Helsinki
11.8. Flow Festival, Helsinki
 

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Finnish trio Lake Jons has been using the small scene of Helsinki as their petri dish since 2014. The small tight-knit music community where they formed houses multiple genres under one roof, unlike larger cities that commonly sector off into various genres. On any given night in Helsinki, you might experience an electronic group, an experimental noise performance, and a pop band all on the same bill. This is clearly reflected in Lake Jons’ sound; they use samples, simple and driving rhythms, delicate guitar progressions and powerful, soulful vocals as the pillars of their sound. Exploring themes of introspection, existentialism, and human relationships, the lyrics detail a quieter existence. A calm and persistent “life will go on” motif is prevalent throughout their first full-length album Lake Jons, out January 19th on AntiFragle Music. For their self-titled debut album, Lake Jons retreated to an isolated cabin deep into the Finnish forest during the few summer months of the year that the Nordic country thaws out. The cabin had no running water, and no inside bathroom. It’s there, in a state of severe isolation and deep connection with the wilderness that they wrote and recorded the majority of the self-titled album.

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LAKE JONS:
contact.lakejons@gmail.com

Manager:
Michael Macdonald
michael@michael-mac.com