Efterklang is an indie rock group from Copenhagen, Denmark, formed in December 2000. The band has recorded three studio albums in the 2000s and are currently signed to the 4AD label, as well as their own record label Rumraket.

The name Efterklang comes from the Danish word for “remembrance” or “reverberation.” Formed in Copenhagen, its three core members are Casper Clausen, Mads Brauer and Rasmus Stolberg.[4] The original lineup also included Rune Mølgaard, but he has taken a more secluded role since 2007.[4] Drummer Thomas Husmer left the band 2011.[4] When performing live, the core three-piece band is complemented with the addition of live band members.

Efterklang released their first album Tripper to warm critical acclaim in autumn 2004.[5][6] Their second album Parades, released in October 2007, received widespread critical acclaim by the likes of Mojo,[7] Uncut,[8] Drowned in Sound[9] and Stylus magazine.[10] Parades was named the 38th best album released between April 2005 to April 2009 by Clash in April 2009.[11] In September 2008, Efterklang and The Danish National Chamber Orchestra performed Parades in its entirety at the Copenhagen Concert Hall; the performance was documented on a limited edition LP/DVD set entitled Performing Parades, which was released in October 2009.

In September 2009, Efterklang signed a new record deal with the British independent label 4AD. Their third full-length album Magic Chairs was Efterklang’s first on their new label, released in February 2010.[12] Magic Chairs won IMPALA’s European Independent Album of the Year on 28 February.[13] The record was well received by Pitchforkmedia.[14]

In August 2010, French filmmaker Vincent Moon and Efterklang’s 8 piece-live band met up on an island off the Danish coast. The objective was to shoot a film. A film with the same length as an album, and a film full of performances, experiments and collaborations. The result was called An Island.

In 2011, drummer and trumpet player Thomas Husmer left the band and the other members announced that they would carry on as a trio

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Talk Talk – Spirit of Eden
Talking Heads – Remain in Light
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