• Saturday 23 March
  • 20 years old
  • 160 kr
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Gula Blend + Filmvisning “Gula Blend The Movie”

Named after the infamous cigarette brand, Gula Blend has since its formation in 2019 quickly made a name for itself as one of the country's most uplifting and chaotically charming live acts. Through its energetic indie/garage rock/pop, Gula Blend visualizes the raw everyday life, good and less good relationships and the simple art of procrastinating your well-being.

December 2020 saw the release of their debut album 'Inte idag' which, over eight witty, direct and dangerously addictive tracks, is a perfect introduction to a band whose warped but melodic sound feels familiar and new at the same time. Following the release, the band was nominated for Newcomer of the Year at the Manifestgalan (Swedish independent music awards). The debut was followed in June 2022 by 'Allt har hänt', an album that polished the direct DIY sound of the debut but retained the same feeling and empathy.


The film "Gula Blend the Movie" will also be screened during the evening. 

Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anxgpX3tbic

Gula Blend The Movie is a gripping documentary about the dream to make it big internationally and locally. In approximately 60 min we get to know the band and get a unique insight into the creation process of the album "Allt har hänt". 




The Cultural Center Oceanen is a Q-marked culturally historical building, which is challenging when it comes to accessibility. We do our best to have as many people as possible visit us. When visiting us with mobility aids the best-suited entrance is through the stage. This entrance is accessed via Gathenhielmska trädgården. The entrance is locked, please email us the day before your visit or the latest Friday at 16:00 if you are visiting us during the weekend. We have a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. Please note that flashing lights may occur during concerts and events. For questions regarding accessibility email Mia Herman at mia@oceanen.com. 

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