19.05.09 by Jeff

Theresa Andersson / Birds Fly Away

Oh. My. GOODNESS! Theresa Andersson. You had me at hello, and at the 3:34 mark I decided I would marry you (I’m sorry you have no say in this matter). Look at those little feet go.

Another video below!


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kyle

    This takes an amazing amount of talent and coordination to pull something like this off. Hats off to her, damn.

  • she is a bad ass drummer too? like seriously WTF hahha

    • Kyle

      Did you see she was going to be at the Media Club this month, but canceled her May Tour? Crazy.

      • i read that she has a chest infection – i hope she recovers (and can come play here!)

  • Xephyr

    Absolutely fabulous!!

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  • i saw a one and a half hour session with her last week on swedish television and did not miss one sec of it
    she is so charming

  • Kiera

    wow!

  • knuckle up Jeff… i think me and yous will needs to fight over this one… HOT DAYUM.

  • Alan

    yea this is awesome stuff, like z-trip mixed with prince mixed with natalie merchant. She is def on my radar now, thanks jeff!

  • Mimo

    two thumbs up!

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  • MossWatson

    this is fantastic, but there’s something fishy about how easy it was for her to sync up that record…no adjusting, it just magically starts right on beat. that should boggle the mind of anyone who’s ever worked with turntables.

  • I needed a smile from the inside today. this lady is the definition of JOY.
    Thanks for sharing her with us!
    -Matt

  • I just smiled ’til it hurt. Theresa, you’re my Norwegian hero.

  • dorc

    she’s soooo much like the early kt tunstall!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYEU91d8ngc

    • definite similarities, i remember tunstall would always play the tamborine on the ground under her foot

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  • Matt G

    Wow, she is amazing! She’s literally a one-person band! I stumbled across a song she did called “Straight” with the band Assembly of Dust. You can download it free at their main website http://www.aodust.com, just have to give your email addy. I figured I’d share that with everyone. I really wanna see her live, hopefully she comes to the NY area.

  • cici

    ughm. is no one going to mention Andrew Bird?

  • Salma

    AMAZING!





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