Kate Tucker & the Sons of Sweden have become a local favorite for Nashville natives, especially after all the love Lightning 100 has recently been showing them. In their recent interview with the band, Kate Tucker compares their sound to Phantogram and Metric, with their shimmering soundscapes and sparkling melodies, but also to The National and Interpol due to a touch of darkness in their songs. They were also included in the second annual Nashville Indie Spotlight, which features 30 of Nashville’s top emerging independent artists. To go with their new Album, The Shape the Color the Feel, KT + SOS put together a visual exhibit with the help of Australian artist Jessie English, which will travel across several cities in 2014. In addition to this visual exhibition, they enlisted 10 of their favorite film makers to create music videos for each song on the album. Esquire premiered the most recent music video, saying they’ve been “smitten with the Nashville-based singer” ever since they heard her at the Sundance Film Festival last January.
Check out the feature and the full interview here.