Swedish progressive rock formation Hasse Fröberg & Musical Companion have released their new video called All Those Faces. The message of the mini-movie is about a tribute to the audience and music fans around the globe. In a world of cancelled tours and festivals, they came up with the idea of making a video where both the band and fans are applying social distancing, in an attempt to keep in contact with the audience.
«To us this is a positive song, and the video made by Mr Johnny Taxén reflects that in a nice way. If you like what you hear and see, feel free to share. Last but not least, a big thank you to All Those Faces that appear in the video!» – Hasse Fröberg says.
HFMC (Hasse Fröberg & Musical Companion) released their debut album Future Past in August 2010. Since then three more studio albums have seen the light of day, Powerplay (2012), the self-titled album HFMC (2015) and Parallel Life (2019). In 2017 they released the live CD/DVD No Place Like Home. The band has been touring in Europe and USA, and played some major festivals. In October 2020 the band will enter the studio again to start the recording of their 5th studio album.
Hasse Fröberg is well-known for his contribution for more than two decades as a singer and guitarist in The Flower Kings, as well as his work with the Swedish hardrock band Spellbound in the eighties. HFMC also consists of Anton Lindsjö, Sampo Axelsson, Kjell Haraldsson and Ola Strandberg. The band members have played together with names like Glenn Hughes, Michael Schenker, Jeff Scott Soto, Joe Lynn Turner, Toehider and of course Spellbound. HFMC has a warm and unique sound of their own with influences from progressive rock, classic rock and even a hint of pop.