This second album by Guther has been created between the places, or to say it more precisely: in different places. In the Swedish summer house, in a former broadcast studio in Berlin-Köpenick and in a living room in Hamburg with a view to the garden. That\'s maybe why the title \"Sundet\" fits as well. The sound between the coast and a close island, the space between two places, between here and there. Within the sound, waters are calm, waves are flat. Sometimes however, in rough November nights, the sound is a bleak place, too. And sometimes the single soundtracks form a scummy crest. Guitars and even more guitars, sinking voices, a powerful drum set, the hi-hat wide open. Murmuring noise.
Before and hereafter \"Sundet\" is a more light-footed, a slightly melancholic companion. Guther play pop music, British pop music in some respect. Every now and then fragile, in a state of suspense, run through by small and big melodies. At the beginning Still In This Town: an airy, breathing track. A little later there is Many Frames Per Moment consisting of hand claps, hook-lines, a fine tension until its final euphoria. At last there is Two Minds In Between: warm, waiting, a soft, precise tact, a soft, present voice.
If one squints into the sunset, the contours get blurred. Julia Guther\'s voice emerges from sound-spirals. Flutes, electronic bits and pieces, a harmonica, appearing and staying even if they have already disappeared. Bass lines and guitar pickings interweave in a friendly way. All that is there appears only together.