Lagwagon to Gröna Lund’s Little Stage

By on March 30, 2018

The American punk band hit through well in 1994 with their second album “Trashed” and the hit “Island of Shame”. Although they always continued touring, it took nine years between the “Resolve” disc from 2005 to their last and a bit darker album “Hang” came out in 2014. On August 14th at 20.00, we welcome Lagwagon to Gröna Lund’s Little Stage.

Lagwagon was founded in California in 1990 and released their debut album “Duh” in 1992. But it was the second album “Trashed” from 1994, which became their most successful album to date. They released their seventh album “Resolve” in 2005, but then it took nine years before the latest disc “Hang” came in 2014, a bit darker album that cleared heavy topics like loss, betrayal, aging and environmental degradation. Although they did not release disc’s for nine years, they continued to tour intense and their front figure Joey Cape also released self-produced music as solo artist. August 14 at 20:00 we are proud to present Lagwagon for the first time to Gröna Lund’s Little Stage.

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm