Carpark North - Leave My Place

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Music video by Carpark North performing Leave My Place  (Seventyeight version). (C) 2010 Sony Music Entertainment Sweden AB

Carpark North is a Danish electronic rock band. The band was formed in Aarhus, Denmark on 28 July 1999 by Lau Højen (vocal, guitar), Søren Balsner (bass, synthesisers) and Morten Thorhauge (drums). The name "Carpark North" was created from the electro and rock genres: "Carpark" stands for car parks, edges, roughness, metal - the rock part, and "North" stands for northern lights, stars ethereal electronics.

In an interview with MTV, Lau Højen explained that the name was chosen, because when they started the band they misinterpreted the meaning of Carpark as Graveyard. They only discoverd the error a few months later and decided not to change the name anymore.

Lost is the international debut studio album by Danish electro-rock band Carpark North. It was released on August 27, 2010 in the United Kingdom and Germany, and is set to be released on September 1, 2010 in Europe, and September 14, 2010 in North America. It is their first release for Sony Music and contains songs from the band's three studio albums, Carpark North (2003), All Things to All People (2005), and Grateful (2009).


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