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Morning Star
$26.36
Treat Me Like You Do [Vinyl]
$20.00
Personal Stereo
$9.00
For Sleepyheads Only
$13.50
Chillout
$19.98
Cover Ups, Vol 1 & 2 [VINYL]
$68.22
Chemistry And Math
$18.44
Democracy-Personal Stereo Versions
$10.00
A E Master Mix
$5.98
This Is What You Get
$29.00

Fan Reviews

Azad
February 6th 2024
Monday night not the best gig night. venue is industrial but the proximity of band makes it feel personal. Sound levels for vocals struggled over the great rythms from bass and energy of guitar. but I love Flunk and they can play and gave us a treat, wish they had done more oldies but they have good new material too.
North London, United Kingdom@
Forge

About Flunk

In late autumn 2000 coincidence put the three core members of Flunk together. Ulf Nygaard, producer and front man of a platinum selling Norwegian pop act, was working on some instrumental tracks. Jo Bakke came in to add some guitar, and later Anja Øyen Vister did some improvised vocals on a few tracks.

She also did vocals on a cover of the New Order club classic, ‘Blue Monday’.
The latter are still their most popular recording, included on lots of compilations, in several movies and even gave name to a ‘music genre’ in the early 2000s: Folktronica.

These sessions, after some serious cutting up and sorting out, became Flunk's debut album 'For Sleepyheads Only', released 20 years ago this year, in 2002.

The album came at the height of the chill-out era, just after the success of Röyksopp. Good years for Norwegian electronic pop music.

Since the debut Flunk have toured the world, from Los Angeles to Hong Kong, St Petersburg and Istanbul, and two lengthy tours in China.

The band have released seven studio albums, several remix albums and an album of home recorded cover songs.

Their latest studio album, ‘History of Everything Ever’ was released spring 2021. This tour is the first to present some of these new songs.

In April 2023 Flunk released a collection of mainly cover songs, tracks recorded on various locations and occations from the 2000s until the summer of 2022. The album is called ‘Cover Ups’.
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Genres:
Electronic, Trip Hop
Hometown:
Oslo, Norway

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Flunk to play in your city
Request a Show

Merch (ad)

Morning Star
$26.36
Treat Me Like You Do [Vinyl]
$20.00
Personal Stereo
$9.00
For Sleepyheads Only
$13.50
Chillout
$19.98
Cover Ups, Vol 1 & 2 [VINYL]
$68.22
Chemistry And Math
$18.44
Democracy-Personal Stereo Versions
$10.00
A E Master Mix
$5.98
This Is What You Get
$29.00

Fan Reviews

Azad
February 6th 2024
Monday night not the best gig night. venue is industrial but the proximity of band makes it feel personal. Sound levels for vocals struggled over the great rythms from bass and energy of guitar. but I love Flunk and they can play and gave us a treat, wish they had done more oldies but they have good new material too.
North London, United Kingdom@
Forge

About Flunk

In late autumn 2000 coincidence put the three core members of Flunk together. Ulf Nygaard, producer and front man of a platinum selling Norwegian pop act, was working on some instrumental tracks. Jo Bakke came in to add some guitar, and later Anja Øyen Vister did some improvised vocals on a few tracks.

She also did vocals on a cover of the New Order club classic, ‘Blue Monday’.
The latter are still their most popular recording, included on lots of compilations, in several movies and even gave name to a ‘music genre’ in the early 2000s: Folktronica.

These sessions, after some serious cutting up and sorting out, became Flunk's debut album 'For Sleepyheads Only', released 20 years ago this year, in 2002.

The album came at the height of the chill-out era, just after the success of Röyksopp. Good years for Norwegian electronic pop music.

Since the debut Flunk have toured the world, from Los Angeles to Hong Kong, St Petersburg and Istanbul, and two lengthy tours in China.

The band have released seven studio albums, several remix albums and an album of home recorded cover songs.

Their latest studio album, ‘History of Everything Ever’ was released spring 2021. This tour is the first to present some of these new songs.

In April 2023 Flunk released a collection of mainly cover songs, tracks recorded on various locations and occations from the 2000s until the summer of 2022. The album is called ‘Cover Ups’.
Show More
Genres:
Electronic, Trip Hop
Hometown:
Oslo, Norway

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