Say Lou Lou – Debaser Medis, March 1st

Say Lou Lou – Debaser Medis, March 1st

The adorable twins Elektra and Miranda Kilbey, better known as Say Lou Lou, kicked off their Scandinavian tour on Saturday in their hometown Stockholm. They sang, they danced, they heated temperatures up. Comparing Medis´ temperature with a sauna (Elektra), I only can blame them. Getting lost in beats and rhythms, the sisters literally lived their songs.

Say Lou Lou (SE/AU) @Debaser 2014-03-01

Say Lou Lou (SE/AU) @Debaser 2014-03-01

In 2012, they uploaded their first song Maybe You on SoundCloud. Their plan has proven to be successful when they shortly after got contacted by french record lable Kitsuné releasing Maybe You as Say Lou Lou´s debut single.

Say Lou Lou (SE/AU) @Debaser 2014-03-01

Being only 22 years old, the Swedish-Australian Dream-Pop Duo showed a strong performance with tremendous potential. I am looking forward to their debut album which is planned to be released this summer!

Say Lou Lou (SE/AU) @Debaser 2014-03-01

Say Lou Lou (SE/AU) @Debaser 2014-03-01

Find the full set of pictures at Flickr or visit Say Lou Lou´s official website. You can even find them on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Spotify.

Support act Maasai performed five songs, amongst others their latest SoundCloud upload The Healer.

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Yvonne FSM 5 posts

Yvonne gathered her first musical experiences in Southern Germany´s underground. In 2011, she moved to Stockholm. Since then, she happily follows many concerts of emerging bands and artists. Besides photography, Yvonne enjoys nature, sport, logic and a good cold beer.

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