In 2020 Henrik Lindstrand completed his piano trilogy of personal, melodically woven soundscapes with ‘Nordhem’, following albums ‘Nattresan’ (2019) and ‘Leken’ (2017). Gaining notoriety for his semi-autobiographical stories told using sounds solely from the piano.
Lindstrand’s career is littered with accolades that make up an impressive and eclectic resume. A keen musician from a young age, he graduated from the Rhythmic Conservatory in Copenhagen where he became engrossed in the local musical culture and lent his skills to a multitude of acts as a studio musician, live player and string arranger. This lead to him being “adopted” into Danish rock band Kashmir, one of Scandinavia‘s most prominent and acclaimed bands with whom he made four studio albums with and toured the world extensively as keyboard player and guitarist.
During his tenure in Kashmir, Henrik worked with seminal profiles such as Tony Visconti, Andy Wallace, David Bowie and Lou Reed, all the while maintaining a career as a composer for television, cinema and computer games.
Henrik’s work as a proven composer for film and television picked up speed in 2007 where he did the score for Zentropa feature film “Ekko”. He was nominated for Danish Cinemas prestigious Robert award for his efforts and has since composed for animation, commercials, documentaries, short films and an ever-expanding list of feature films from directors such as Ole Christian Madsen, Jesper W. Nielsen and Anders Morgenthaler.
Recent accomplishments include the soundtrack for the hugely successful and award-winning computer game Lego Builder´s Journey
and the filmscore to the feature film Undtagelsen (The Exception).
In 2021, the album Reimagined was released. A collection of reworks by other artists such as Robert Ames, Christina Vantzou, Manu Delago and Alex Somers.
During 2022, Lindstrand will finish his fourth solo album, reuniting with Kashmir for five live shows as well as continuing as a game composer for Light Brick Studio in Copenhagen.
New album "Klangland" will be released 10 March, 2023 on One Little Independent Records.
PHOTOS: Robin Skjoldborg