until Roskilde Festival 2015 - 27 June to 4 July
Wednesday 08.01.14

Jenny Wilson demands the impossible at Roskilde Festival 2014

Hymns From Nineveh and Bombus are also added to the line-up.

Three very different acts are on the menu today. The announcements may have limited geographical scope, but musically speaking we offer a varied selection of treats.

JENNY WILSON (SE) is (wo)manning the barricades on her new album Demand The Impossible! Her Scandinavian mixture of R&B, Giorgio Moroder and alternative pop has become much more politically charged and hungry for life than before. The chanteuse with the crystal-clear voice and the hummable tunes has returned triumphantly with a new record – her best so far according to herself.

HYMNS FROM NINEVEH (DK) combine folk, pop, and alternative rock with a beauty and poetry full of belief and spirituality. The recent album from this massive songwriting talent has a larger scope than before and is suited for a much larger audience.

BOMBUS (SE) has a classic and muscular heavy rock sound reeking of diesel and leather. With a fondness of meaty grooves, riffs and noisy trouble, the Gothenburg lads are likely to become part of the Scandinavian hard rockin’ wave already including Kvelertak, Ghost and Graveyard.



Jenny Wilson brings her Scandinavian mixture of R&B, Giorgio Moroder and alternative pop to Roskilde 2014 - photo: Daniel Writberg

Write a comment

You have to log in to comment.
Your userprofile is incomplete and you have to update your profile in order to comment
Please use the following link to update your profile: Edit profile
400characters left
We are using reCAPTCHA
Subscribe to our newsletter
Remember me
Copyright belongs to Roskilde Festival
Information can be used in private and non-commercial matters, only.
This site uses cookies.
Read more about it…