Amaunet’s Debut Full-Length Album ‘Home’ Courts A Raw, Effortless Sound

The Swedish Indie Rock outfit Amaunet is back following the release of their 2020 self-titled album and 2021’s While I’m Living. The band is now set to release their debut full-length studio album Home via Lövely Records. Inspired by a wide spectrum of genres and musical eras, including Alternative rock bands from the 00s and 90s Britpop bands, Amaunet creates direct and melodic Indie Rock.

Home was recorded by Tommy Tift (Vånna Inget, True Moon) at The End Studios, and was produced, mixed and mastered by Rasmus Ringdahl. The first single from the upcoming album is called ”Interrupt” is out now and is accompanied by a music video.

The band comments:

“Interrupt”, with its positive and playful sound, is actually about the troubles with adhd, aging and escape through addiction.

Amaunet’s first full length studio album courts a “raw, effortless” sound and “explores the playfulness of being in a studio, recording all instruments at once, just like in the good old days.”