Svaneborg Kardyb release their Tiny desk-consert at NPR
The duo Svaneborg Kardyb are among Danmarks hottest names in music these days, and has had great success with their releases. This summer, they are playing with Norwegian singer Eline Hellerud Åsbakk in the festival tent Sentralen. Today, they just released their Tiny desk-consert through the American radiostation National Public Radio, and that is not just for everyone.
The NPR tiny desk series is a concert series produced by American National Public Radio, one of the largest American radio companies. The concept is that all kinds of artists in all possible genres come and hold an acoustic concert in NPR music's office premises. Superstars like Beyonce and Taylor Swift have held such office concerts for NPR, as have small and large artists in many different genres. During the corona era, NPR began broadcasting "Tiny desk at home", and it is one such concert Svaneborg Kardyb is now involved with.
- NPR tiny desk is a huge platform with many viewers, and it is a great honor to get the opportunity to join the program. Therefore, this is a pretty "big deal"! Svaneborg Kardyb is also releasing a new single on the renowned record company Gondwana, a hip Manchester-based company, says Eline Hellerud Åsbakk.
Predicts new favorites will be found
The Danish duo will play at Festspillene i Nord-Norge on Wednesday June 29 in the festival tent Sentralen, right in the center of Harstad. This is a completely new arena, where the Festival presents a wide range of music experiences during the festival week. Artistic director Ragnheiður Skúladóttir thinks many can find new favorites, such as Svaneborg Kardyb among the artists;
- The fact that National Public Radio itself has chosen to introduce Svaneborg Kardyb to its huge audience in the USA, only emphasizes that this is a concert not to be missed. In addition, they bring with them Eline Hellerud Åsbakk, a fantastic voice from the North, who did an awesome performance last festival. I predict that the tent will be full this evening in Sentralen, so now it's important to secure a ticket, Skúladóttir concludes.