Tic Tic’s debut album Comfort in the Echo is out on vinyl, CD and on digital platforms.
There is nostalgia for both the eighties and the nineties, but the images that come to mind are not old and worn, they are new.
– World of Metal
Tic Tic makes electronic music with a hint of alternative nostalgia. Elements from trip-hop, synthpop and post-rock is all part of the mix. We strive to find a balance between the accessible and the experimental.
Programmed patterns are combined with expressive, electronic instruments. This creates an organic, imperfect and human sound.
The album consists of ten songs written, arranged, produced and mixed by Tic Tic (Irene Svendsen and Kai Drange).
Music video: Everything Familiar
If you are more into streaming, you will find our album on all major digital platforms.
Said about this album
“Cool stuff” (“Stilige greier”)
– Stjernepose, NRK P13
“Norwegian duo Tic Tic’s debut album, Comfort in the Echo, is my surprise hit of the year.”
– The Progressive Aspect
“This is a pop record not for pop music’s sake, but with a passion and a purpose, which is what sets it miles ahead of the generic, cookie-cutter pop that you find playing everywhere you turn.”
– Nine Circles
“The most powerful feeling that Comfort In The Echo inspires is its profound ability to connect, with a disarming naturalness, the computer and the organic.”
“It is electronic and organic, mysterious and melodic, nostalgic and modern” (“Den er elektronisk og organisk, mystisk og melodisk, nostalgisk og moderne, og mye annet fint på én gang.”)
“It’s black pop tinged with prog. Indulge!”
– profilprog.com (Rated 9/10)
“There is nostalgia for both the eighties and the nineties, but the images that come to mind are not old and worn, they are new.”
– World of Metal
“This track evolves from caterpillar to butterfly right in front of you.”
– KMS Reviews (about the track Puppets and Toys)