- Norwegian Black Metal - feat. Ea Othilde
- You Left Your Keys (On the Floor) - feat. Benedikt
- Almost Forever
- A Very Successful Band Rehearsal
- Five Hundred Days
- It's All We Ever Talk About
Simen Mitlid's latest album "Fredsvenn" is a return to simplicity, with a stripped-down approach to instrumentation and arrangements.
The album title "Fredsvenn" (Friend of Piece) is inspired by the illegal peace "demonstrations" by the artist Bendik Riis in Norway during World War II. In 1944, he marched illegally wearing a cardboard crown, knee socks, shorts, and gold-colored shoes, carrying a large silk banner with the word "Fredsvenn" painted on it in front of German soldiers. He was arrested by Norwegian police and later hospitalized. The event appears in several "Fredsvenn" motifs in his works, which have inspired both the album title and the last track on the record.