A bleak and airy tour of Northern Europe.

After two and a half hours of “The White Ribbon” — a critically-acclaimed, indie descent into the bleak, humorless life of a pre-WWI German village — I am too emotionally exhausted to write about anything.

So here’s a bit of music from the last album I committed myself to (Britta Persson, “Top Quality Bones and a Little Terrorist”). It’s Swedish and light and airy and exactly not like the film I just watched…

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