We Share Our Mothers Health
The Knife release 'We Share Our Mothers Health' on July 24th.
A snowfield, near a forest, round dawn, somewhere in Sweden. The Knife are art-directing the shoot for their new press photographs. They are wearing long black coats, long black wigs and masks that make them look like crows. Why?
'If we could choose not to do any photos at all, we would,' says Karin Dreijer Andersson. 'But it's quite impossible. Because I don't think it has anything to do with the music. So we use the photos now to show what our music looks like.'
This is the world of The Knife: precise, particular, dark, occult, funny-peculiar. This Swedish brother-and-sister duo work mostly on their own in splendid isolation; they release music on their own label, licensing it to selected partners around the world, so they have to answer to no one.
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