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EXCLUSIVE – The US Premiere of Lisa Li-Lund’s New Video “Two Wheels”

Lisa Li-Lund is back with a brand new video for her song “Two Wheels.” Once again, our friends at Pan European Recording have asked The Static Dive to host the exclusive US premiere of the film! The song is the third single from the Franco-Swedish Indie Queen’s latest album, “Glass of Blood.” Regular readers will remember her previous singles “Janet” and “Muscle Memory of Missing You.”

On “Glass of Blood,” Lisa Li-Lund and her band have forged a fantastic sound that is one part jam-band and one part Indie Rock. That cool, psychedelic and organic vibe is well represented on “Two Wheels.” A mellow, funky bass grooves along with a fantastic drum shuffle. Over that downtempo vibe, guitars and keys play ethereal arpeggios and chords. It’s the perfect trippy background for Lisa Li-Lund’s beautiful soprano reading of her beat-poet storytelling.

“Two Wheels” is a song about that day in Stockholm Sweden when after travelling through Europe with my bestie for a whole month, sleeping on trains & ferry-boats, from the South of Italy to the Polar Circle, we ended up punching each other. Then I jumped on my bike and rode to meet my Swedish girlfriends and jump naked in the Sea. Leaving the rough images of an urban interaction behind me as I closed my eyes and felt the wind on my face. 

Lisa Li-Lund

Watch the singer wield her psychedelic voodoo in multiple Mod settings in the gorgeous video “Two Wheels” by Lisa Li-Lund above. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. If you would like to know more about the artist, read our interview with Lisa Li-Lund. Follow the links below to connect, and get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from this talented and visionary artist.


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“Pauline Verdu the director and I know each other through the Moon the Winds and the Bloodstream that makes us spiritual sisters under the Stars. She captured what is mine and what is ours, illustrating this feeling you have when you leave things behind.” – Lisa LiLund

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