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One Question Interviews: Kaada

John Erik Kaada (Kaada, Cloroform)

SPB: What is your favorite album cover of all time?

Kaada: We are currently planning the release of a new Cloroform album, and on band meetings we have discussed what to do next in terms of design and visual appearance. We dug up the album cover we made for a release of a remix album in 2001, where other Norwegian artists perform our music. The album was called Scrawl, and had knitted covers. We got a knitting factory in Molde to knit 3000 covers for the cd release. They made them in three colours. Red, green and blue. I don’t mention it to brag about our own covers. But I do think that the idea was actually pretty awesome, and I’m proud that we went through with it. We are now investigating if it is possible to do something similar on our new vinyl release. A knitted stagedrop would also be nice. Maybe there are some relatives out there that could knit a 3x5meters backdrop for us? Don’t know how long it would take to knit something like that, but it would be good if it was done ‘til our next tour in April 2020. Know anybody that could be up for the task? 

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Words by Loren on Dec. 26, 2019, 10:18 p.m.

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