Next Testbild! related project is called Anaglyfparken, a mix between songs, spoken word (in Swedish) and sound collage. This LP will be released on the new label BIBLIOTEK, run by Petter Herbertsson and Stefan Zachrisson. Pre-orders available HERE.

An upcoming Sternpost project is called "Gaspard Von Der Nacht". To be released some time 2021, hopefully on vinyl!

The Ocean Tango LP available HERE!

* Partikelbana 10" viny + booklet, musical interpretations of poems of Martti Soutkari feat. Petter H and Siri, OUT NOW at Zeon Light

STAD LP is sold out, but there's a cassette version still available!

Another cassette with music from the short films of Henrik Möller Filmer has just been released on Zeon Light. Buy/listen!

Other upcoming projects:

* Mouse, the Testbild! and Dolly Dolly collaboration project, to be finished and released before you know it


This page will be updated regularly. Thank You for Your interest!

13 April 2006: "Imagine a House" is delayed, but will be released by the end of May. Hopefully!

Meanwhile, you might want to check out "Noon Universe", the brand new CD by SJTJEKN:

...the word is that at least one Testbild! member is involved in this project, but you never know...

10 February 2006: Friendly Noise just released their second compilation to date: "Are You Scared to Get Happy?". It contains a previously unreleased Testbild! song called "Landfall", which was originally intended to be included on "The Inexplicable Feeling of September" album. If you want to order this compilation, try:

Later on you can presumably buy it from
as well.

09 December 2005: Our dearest Testbild! member Pontus Lundkvist has now completed a video, called "Where Did This Begin?". It's about 14 minutes long, and contains a few of the songs on our forthcoming album "Imagine a House" (to be released on Friendly Noise in February 2006).

The video will be shown to the public at:


07 September 2005: Lyrics section added to the homepage.

06 September 2005: OK, we suppose some of you want to buy the "Swim Sweet Swedish" compilation, right? The easiest way to do it outside Japan is to use this link:

Good luck!

24 August 2005: Today is the official release date for a Japanese compilation called "Rallye Cloak 02 - Swim Sweet Swedish". Only Swedish acts are featured, but we guess that's rather obvious. Well anyway it includes a previously unreleased Testbild! song called "A Different Type of Lungs", taken from the forthcoming album "The Lolita Wagner Case" (which will be out this autumn on Radio Khartoum, hopefully). If you want to know more, please check out what our good friend Kristofer Lecander has to say here:

20 August 2005: The Testbild! homepage finally launched!

01 July 2005: There

06 June 2005: Official release date for a brand new split 7" with Testbild! and Anthony Rochester on Radio Khartoum. The Testbild! song is called

10 March 2005: Testbild! performed live at the iDEAL festival in G