Herman Düne are comprised of two Swedish brothers and a man named Omé on the drums. Last year they released Turn Out the Light, their critically acclaimed debut on the European Prohibited label. Mojo magazine observed, "Herman Dune's idiosyncratic vistas capture the imagination, recalling the cut-and-paste lyricism of Julian Cope, the deliciously woozy chug of the Velvet Underground and the metronomic repetition of Can." The band has toured the citrus-deprived, pestilence-ridden land mass of Europe, stopping off for appearances on John Peel's radio show and otherwise making quite a name for themselves abroad.The trio currently resides in Paris, France. The brothers Herman Düne - David-Ivar and André - cite as important influences their family home in Dalarna, Sweden (with its silence, space, and trees), the German writer Franz Jung, and the music of VU, Sebadoh and other usual suspects. The band will be playing shows stateside in support of They Go to the Woods, and making an appearance at the SxSW tradeshow in Austin.