Agnes Obel Partners with Lomography for ‘The Riverside Rumble’

Agnes Obel Partners with Lomography for ‘The Riverside Rumble’

Agnes_Obel_Riverside_EP_coverFans Of Agnes Obel Are Invited to Submit Photos Inspired By Her Song “Riverside” by Nov. 2.  Watch the “Riverside” Music Video below

 

After a whirlwind year, internationally acclaimed songwriter/composer Agnes Obel is happy to partner with Lomography for the ‘The Riverside Rumble’.

Fans are invited to submit any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated that was inspired by Agnes’ song “Riverside.” Fans should upload their photos to their Lomohome, and submit them to the rumble HERE. The user with the best photos will win a signed Agnes Obel vinyl, a selection of Play It Again Sam label releases, a Twilight Blue Diana Mini camera + Flash Package, and more. “Riverside” can be heard HERE. Full rules and  prizes below:

The Prizes

First Prize: A signed Agnes Obel vinyl, canvas print (vinyl size, set on wooden frame), a selection of Play It Again Sam label releases, a Twilight Blue Diana Mini and Flash Package, and Lomography Lady Grey B+W 400 film
Runners Up (5): A signed Agnes Obel vinyl, 10 piggy points on Lomography.com

The Rules

Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated. Please submit shots inspired by or relevant to the song "Riverside" by Agnes Obel
Upload Limit: 10 photos
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height
Metadata: Must include camera, film, location & three additional tags
About Agnes Obel: Born in Copenhagen and currently based in Berlin, Agnes’ sparse chamber folk has been lauded by critics worldwide. After building substantial word-of-mouth praise across Europe and the U.S., Philharmonics was released worldwide on Play It Again Sam and [PIAS] America. The album was hailed by critics who compared Agnes to the likes of PJ Harvey, Joanna Newsom, and Roy Orbison.

Musiker Agnes Obel

“Obel’s music is as sparse as the snow-swept Scandinavian backcountry, and mostly scored for piano, voice and an occasional cello or harp. Yet it brims with a barely concealed passion that has helped make her quiet riot-in-the-heart album a huge European seller.” – Time Magazine
“It’s a rarity: a new album that…is great from beginning to end.”– KCRW
“…a stark, minimalist palette reminiscent of Cat Power and Joanna Newsom.” – Details

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