Stringflip is a young group of gifted musicians with a refreshing take on folk traditions, mostly working with Nordic roots, but also with journeys into Celtic folk music. As the name clearly expresses, the quartet is obsessed with strings. Tender melodies mix with sparkling grooves when Sofie Bollen (violin), Emma Kragh-Elmøe (violin/viola), Albin Sundin (cittern) and Veronika Krøll Voetmann (cello) lead the audience through dance tunes and infectious folk melodies. The band released their debut album in April 2021, which earned them a nomination as newcomer of the year at the Danish Music Awards.
Their album can be purchased here: https://stringflip.bandcamp.com/album/stringflip (digital copy) and here: https://folkshop.dk/shop/31-go/631-stringflip—stringflip/ (physical copy).
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Photo: Alinah Helsing
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