10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“You’re all that I want,” Makthaverskan’s Maja Milner sings with audible ache on “Vienna,” setting a yearning tone for the Swedish dream-pop band’s third album. But if Milner is consumed by despair, her band is drunk on adrenaline. On III, broken hearts are soothed by vapor-trailed guitar jangle and pulse-pounding rhythms that whip past in a blur, pushing anthems like “In My Dreams” to blissful peaks while infecting comedown ballads like “To Say It as It Is” with a sense of ecstatic restlessness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“You’re all that I want,” Makthaverskan’s Maja Milner sings with audible ache on “Vienna,” setting a yearning tone for the Swedish dream-pop band’s third album. But if Milner is consumed by despair, her band is drunk on adrenaline. On III, broken hearts are soothed by vapor-trailed guitar jangle and pulse-pounding rhythms that whip past in a blur, pushing anthems like “In My Dreams” to blissful peaks while infecting comedown ballads like “To Say It as It Is” with a sense of ecstatic restlessness.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

filmtvjose ,

Since 2015...

Since 2015, when Makthaverskan released the song, "Witness", I have been waiting for this album. The wait has been long but well worth it. Songs like" In My Dreams", "Comfort" and "Eden", in addition to "Witness", vocalist, Maja Milner and the rest of the band kill it with this album.

Derek Huffman ,

So Far So Good!

I've only heard the single "In My Dreams" so far and it's a masterpiece! Makthaverskan never disappoints.

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