The Mobile Homes

The Mobile Homes was formed in 1984, and have since then been in various constellations, and are now the founders the brothers Andreas Brun and Patrik Brun and Hans Erkendal, along with Sami Sirviö and Markus Mustonen (Kent). The band’s been collaborating with Julian Beeston (Nitzer Ebb), and Denniz Pop, Karl Bartos (ex Kraftwerk) amongst others. They’ve also toured with bands such as Laibach and Nitzer Ebb. In 1998 they released the album “The Mobile Homes”, with Karl Bartos (Kraftwerk).

The Mobile Homes Releases Their First Album in Eleven Years

The highly anticipated full length album ”Trigger” by the synth legends The Mobile Homes hits the stores today. The swedes first album in eleven years. 

The album ”Trigger” shows us a more grown up sound. It still flirts with the 80’s, but now with more darkness. Andreas tells us about the album: “We’ve done it differently this time; Hasse’s been writing more directly from my musical ideas. To me, the songs are about being older, how your perspective of life has changed. The music is inspired by the bands we first fell for, after punk, in our early teens. There was something that triggered me while listening to them again, maybe it was the youth, memories… Well, I think our lyrics have changed, like it’s developed with a lot more freedom. And that’s the intention.”

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The Mobile Homes teams up with Johan Renck on new single

The Mobile Homes releases, friday 5th, the new video single ”The Sorrow Stays for Good” from the upcoming album ”Trigger”. The music video features the Emmy- and Swedish Grammy-awarded director and musician Johan Renck on guest vocals and is the fifth and last single from the Swedes ahead of the album ”Trigger”, due to release on March 26 2021.

Via Dolorosa

The Mobiles latest release from the upcoming album “trigger” is out now.

The Song We Didin´t Have Then

“The Song We Didn’t Have Then” is a melancholic  look back on life, to the person that was the most important of all when you were young, your best friend, your first girlfriend, or boyfriend. Someone you never really could let go off.

Fredrik Strage talks about The Song We Didn´t Have Then on TV4


The Mobile Homes’ second single “Mirror”, from the forthcoming album “Trigger”, tells us about the new, even more, self absorbing world; where people crave for more reassurance.
The song is filled with self portraits, desperate to be loved.
The sound takes us back to the early nineties, when The Mobile Homes released “Nothing But Something”.

Zero Zero

Here’s “Zero Zero”,  the new single from The Mobile Homes forthcoming album “Hawk And The Falcon”.

This is their first album release in eleven years. 

“Zero Zero” tells about the grief of being left in a relationship, and desperately trying to get back to square one. 

You want the best, and you’ll get the best!

Community (brexmix)

Remix of an old hit with Nigel and Boris on keyboards and backing vocals.

The Final Party

The Final Party (psyk020)
Lyrics and music by The Mobile Homes.
Performed by The Mobile Homes.
Produced and mixed by Leo Josefsson at House of Wizards.
Mastered by Sami Sirviö at Park Studios.
Video by House of Wizards.

It Used To Be Fun

It Used To Be Fun (psyk003)
Lyrics and music by The Mobile Homes.
Performed by The Mobile Homes.
Produced by The Mobile Homes.
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Sami Sirviö at Park Studios.
Video by House of Wizards.

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