Never Mind artist

From the deep forests of Hässleholm, Sweden, comes Never Mind. With influences of Joy Division, David Bowie, and The Psychedelic Furs they have developed a unique sound over the years and their fans have stayed faithful. The musical story their drum machine and grinding guitars tell can only be defined as a low key drama. Their debut was a gorgeously depressing cover of Joy Division’s "New Dawn Fades" released on 7" vinyl on May 15th 1990 to mark the 10th anniversary of singer Ian Curtis death. In 1993 work began on the album "Absolutely Sane". Originally Andrew Eldritch was going to produce it, but due to other work commitments at the time it was not to be. Nearly a year was spent on finding time to work with Eldritch. The band finally entered the studio in late 1993 with Stry Terrarie as a producer. Stry had a background as a member in a couple of Swedens most important and, to this day, most successfull bands, such as Imperiet and Ebba Grön. A few other were involved in this project initially such as Blixa Bargeld from Einsturzende Neubauten and Nick Cave’s backing band The Bad Seeds (it was Nick Cave who got Never Mind and Blixa together), and Ulf Dageby from Nationalteatern. The recording took a long time and when it finally was completed in 1995 it took until 1996 before it was released. The way things turned out it never reached the heights it should have, the release was followed by a long tour which was followed by an even longer break… Never Mind never stopped writing and recording music but when bass guitar player and co-founder Kristian F. tragically, and suddenly passed away things were put on hold. 2014 Never Mind once again crawled out of the dark and into the smoke of the stage with the "Silver Tour", celebrating 25 years as a band, still holding the flag high. And with the past years of collected drama compiled into ten tracks, the album "Do You Remember Me At All?" was released in 2016.