The Norway-hailing Indie Rock outfit unveils her latest offering.

Tuvaband was dreamed up by the multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer extraordinaire, Tuva Hellum Marschhäuser. Infusing the air waves with some serious Indie Rock eclecticism, Tuvaband has racked up a hefty 40 million total streams on Spotify; this artist is no stranger to critical acclaim. Coming back to bite, her latest offering New Orders is an album that unfurls all of her creativity – and we can’t get enough.

Drawing inspiration from culture-shaping artists like Kate Bush, Cocteau Twins, and David Lynch – Tuvaband’s oeuvre oozes feminine mystique. Traversing soundscapes from Indie-Pop, and piano-driven Folk, to transcendant Post-Rock – multitudes are wrapped up into one neat package. With Tuvaband’s soft, lilting vocals added into the mix – you’ve got a recipe for greatness.

New Orders marks a turning point in the artist’s career. Wearing multiple hats – from playing most of the instruments, to recording, producing, and mixing – Tuvaband was wholeheartedly involved. From the first sketches, to the finished product – the artist was there for every step.

A feat of euphoric bliss, Tuvaband takes the listener by the hand, leading them into her enveloping inner world. The opening “Rejuvenate” brims with twangy, reverbed guitars – while the production sparkles and simmers under Tuvaband’s croon. Others, like “Karma is a beach” are more stripped back, with simple guitars and layered melodies floating the song along. We “Breathe out” with the final song, as if Tuvaband is leading a guided meditation on acid. Evolving into soaring guitars, and crescendoing in intensity – we become fully subsumed into the artist’s sound.

With a Norwegian Grammy nomination already notched onto her belt, Tuvaband is set for the stars. Offering up a universe of textures, along with searing lyrics, New Orders is a triumph. We’re always here for artists forging their own path – and Tuvaband is a shining example of that.

To listen to Tuvaband’s new album “New Orders”, head below…