Monday, May 9, 2011

Mike Mogis in the studio with First Aid Kit

Klara Söderberg, Mike Mogis and Johanna Söderberg in the ARC control room. CREDIT: thisisfirstaidkit.com
Bright Eyes is on a bit of a touring break right now, but Mike Mogis never stops working.

In fact, he's in his ARC Studios in Omaha right now with First Aid Kit, the Swedish folk duo comprised of sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg.

Last year, the band released "The Big Black & The Blue" on Wichita Recordings. While on tour, they met Mogis and the rest of Bright Eyes at Austin City Limits and sang "Lua" onstage with the band.

"He saw our show there and we got talking about recording an album together," the sisters said. "Bright Eyes was the band that got us inspired to start making music, so working with Mike is quite surreal for us. We feel honored. So far things are going really well and we believe we're in the process of creating something very special. This truly is a dream come true."




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