“I think one of the great things of coming from a band background, is that with every song or theme you write, you have the audience in mind, because you’ll play it live in a week and you have to win their hearts.”
Martin Byrial is a Danish composer most widely known for his work as composer, singer, and synthesist with the anthemic post-rock group LISERSTILLE, with whom he was part of a post-rock revival in Scandinavia in the early millennium.
Rolling Stone Magazine’s David Fricke wrote in 2006: “LISERSTILLE make a Grand Prolonged Boom, combining Sigur Rós glazed crawl with early riff-centric Flaming Lips and the explosive Payoff of Pink Floyds “Careful with that Axe, Eugene”. And they are just getting started..”
Martin Byrial started playing drums at age 5, but as a teenager took to the piano and began writing music for paintings. The paintings evolved into stories, and the stories evolved into 7 albums with the band and countless studio production hours. Then into classical concert music and film work.