The Men - promotional video for Australian release of the self titled debut-album. Released by Pure Pop records in 2003.
The Men in the recording studio Aerosol with producer Christoffer Lunquist recording tracks for Return. Released by Playground Music Scandinavia sept 2006.
Live on Swedish television, sept 2006
Studio recordings of a new album to be released in 2009. Produced by Christoffer Lundquist in AGM studios Vallarum Sweden.
Song by O Främby/
S Köhler/ J Kilenstam/ N Kilenstam. Film by S Köhler and J Kilenstam.
This is the first single from the third The Men-album "Four Good Men And True" released by Heptown Records in February 2010. Video filmed and cut by photographer Nils Bergendal and light and shadows by Martin Berglund.
New video from the album "The Men - Four Good Men and True".
Filmed and cut by photographer Nils Bergendal and light by Martin Berglund. Relased Feb 2011.
Video and single from the album Four Good Men And True, released in October 2010. Filmed by Joakim Kilenstam at Kulturen, Lund
Pics from the gig at Music Hall Worpswede and the Bear Family Records
35-year-anniversary party -2011. Music: The Men "Goodbye Before Too Late".
Photo: Mats Liljegren.
In 2011 THE MEN from Sweden went to Australia for a festival gig and also played in the Pure Pop Records store, and hung around on the clubs and bars around St Kilda, Melbourne. With its relentless riff and honking sax, St Kilda Beach became the band's tribute to the area's laid-back and inviting atmosphere.First single from new THE MEN-album 'This Way' Sept 2013! Guest star: Sven Andersson on saxophone.
In May 2015 THE MEN went to Liverpool for four gigs at the IPO-festival at The Cavern Club and The Cavern Pub. Heimo Åback and Mattis Köhler Alvén made this documentary about the tour. In Swedish, no subtitles.
Live video and studio soundtrack filmed at the releaseparty for "This Way". Video shot and produced by Lars Hansson, at Restaurang Stortorget, Lund.
First video from the new album "Sunburst". This video was filmed by Heimo Åback at location in the U3 submarine in Malmö and spent 10 weeks at Swedish videotoplist "Musikvideotoppen" - 2 weeks as no 1!