From Iceland — Track Of The Issue: Boogie Trouble's “Augnablik”

Track Of The Issue: Boogie Trouble’s “Augnablik”

Published September 29, 2014

Disco-infused Boogie Trouble are back in action after a year-long hiatus and are getting ready to release their debut album. Their first single off the album, “Augnablik,” features a simple melody and a clean arrangement reminiscent of the ‘70s. The lyrics are about the search for true love with all the uncertainties involved, and the band even breaks out love’s truest instrument, the saxophone, for a dramatic solo. If it weren’t for singer Klara Arnald’s cheerful voice and the upbeat vibe of the song, we’d be sobbing in a corner over the futility of life and love. Give the song a listen if the autumn blues are bringing you down, it’s sure to cheer up even the sourest of pusses. And be sure to catch Boogie Trouble at Húrra on October 3.

Download the track here (right click and “save as”).

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