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Sondre Lerche: The Rhapsody Interview by Sondre Lerche

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Sondre Lerche: The Rhapsody Interview

Sondre Lerche

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Album

Sondre Lerche: The Rhapsody Interview

Sondre Lerche

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Label: RealNetworks
Sondre Lerche teaches us how to pronounce his name, but then the Norweigian native (who has only the barest hint of an accent) turns around and explains that he really doesn't mind when people get it wrong. What he does want people to know is that Phantom Punch, his fourth album, is a group effort, and is the hardest rocking album he has ever made, writing songs that intentionally provoked his band, Faces Down. But that's not nothing compared to what he does to his audience.

About This Album

Sondre Lerche teaches us how to pronounce his name, but then the Norweigian native (who has only the barest hint of an accent) turns around and explains that he really doesn't mind when people get it wrong. What he does want people to know is that Phantom Punch, his fourth album, is a group effort, and is the hardest rocking album he has ever made, writing songs that intentionally provoked his band, Faces Down. But that's not nothing compared to what he does to his audience.

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About This Album

Sondre Lerche teaches us how to pronounce his name, but then the Norweigian native (who has only the barest hint of an accent) turns around and explains that he really doesn't mind when people get it wrong. What he does want people to know is that Phantom Punch, his fourth album, is a group effort, and is the hardest rocking album he has ever made, writing songs that intentionally provoked his band, Faces Down. But that's not nothing compared to what he does to his audience.