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We find ourselves in an artistic renaissance. We have sharpened our expression. Einar Stray Orchestra, the colourful, exuberant indie band from Sandvika in Norway announces its third studio album. Dear Bigotry is released February 17, 2017. The album was created last winter on an island in the Northwest-coast of Norway. While winter storms were roaring outside the studio windows the five band members and producers Marius Hagen (frontman of Team Me) as well as Rumble In Rhodos guitarist ?yvind R?srud recorded the ten songs on their third album. In this seclusion they let their soundscape be inspired by Arabic folk music, Flying Lotus, Stravinskij, Japanese metal, Mars Volta, Dirty Projectors and Lana Del Rey. And yet the band's sound arises from an unusual setting in indie rock: The predominant absence of guitars is met by Stray's piano as well as cello and violin and plays with expectations. The strings though aren't used kindly, fragile or fiddling but are - and were always - an essential element of the sprawling song cascades. In 2012 Einar Stray releases his debut album Chiaroscuro, which is highly acclaimed especially in the UK and Germany. Initially set with Stray as band leader and a fixed set-up around him, the collective grows more and more into being a democratic band. The 2nd album Politricks is then released under the new name Einar Stray Orchestra to take this process into account. On Politricks the band critically covers their Christian upbringing and the more and more openly occurring contradictions. In 2014 the band hits bottom when two band members quit. The Einar Stray Orchestra has to recollect itself. In Maja Gravermoen Toresen and Steinar Glas they find new musicians out of Norways folk music and drone/postrock scene that bring in new influences. Together the quintet fully disappears and starts working on the songs that later become Dear Bigotry. Even though the album is written from a Norwegian perspective, says Stray 'Dear Bigotry' is a universal title.