Thursday, 06 April 2017 15:21

Rohey - A Million Things

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Sold out gigs, high praise from Jamie Callum, and a five-star review in the Norwegian newspaper Dagsavisen confirm what we already knew - Rohey is different, exciting and a band you should know.

The Norwegian quartets exquisite, jazzy-soul tracks have impressed since their debut, and the first compilation of their music can now be found in a strikingly designed, 12-track album - A Million Things.


Available on vinyl and digitally the album contains previously released singles; 'I Found Me' and 'Is this All There is?' and adds tracks like the incredibly beautiful 'Tell Me' and the thought-provoking 'Cellphones and Pavements'.

However, the band's debut track - Postcard and a Smile isn't included and can no longer be found in their catalog. Personally, this is a real shame but not an unusual decision. So, if you still have a copy consider yourself very lucky!



With lead vocalist, Rohey Taalah pouring all her emotions into lyrically and musically captivating compositions - A Million Things takes elements of the past and transports them to a brilliant future.

4star rating
Andy Collins

I'm a South Londoner now living in Sweden. I'm also a part-time DJ/ founder of Urbanlife Radio and co-founder of Scandinavian Soul. Music has always been my soundtrack to life and although I listen to everything, soul is always in my playlist.

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