Norwegian trip-hop band Flunk, will be performing at ANMF for the first time on November 29th, 2017.
They came into our lives with a bang in early 2000s. The attracted attention with their debut album in the UK, and took the stage at the London Jazz Festival. They have five released albums, and performed at countless live gigs in the US, Europe, and China. Their renditions of New Order’s “Blue Monday”, which was almost better liked than the original, Radiohead’s “Karmapolice”, Depeche Mode’s “See You” were played millions of times. They will release their sixth album titles “Chemistry and Math” after a long hiatus in September. They will take the festival stage with their old songs and new songs alike, playing with the chemistry of electronic music, eponymously with the title.