The Embassy is probably Swedish indie''s most important band and the secret designers behind the Göteborg sound (The Tough Alliance and Studio both named their labels after Embassy titles). The album Futile Crimes was voted the 3rd best album of all times by 100 Swedish music people, and their follow-up Tacking is even better. Warmly breezing and elegant, yet with a certain tension under the surface. "Underclass disco" they sometimes call it themselves. Now the professors of Göteborg indie are back after some time in the shades. This new album of retroactive, almost unreleased songs - a the same time looking back at their 10 years so far and forward to a very near future of new Embassy art. Life In The Trenches is perverting consumerism''s (not to mention it''s militant fraction Pop''s) constant desire for the New. This album is made of songs recorded in the past life of The Embassy, making it a brand new retroactive product. Deal with it. All tracks are non-album tracks. Most have been unavailable outside Sweden and are rare also in Sweden, some are almost impossible to find outside this album and some are never before released. Puttgarden video: http://srvc.se/the-embassy/puttgarden-video Tracklisting: 1. You Tend To Forget 2. Puttgarden 3. Information 4. Flipside of A Memory 5. New Plans 6. Heathrow 7. Make Me Sad 8. St8 9. No Thanks 10. C''est La Vie 11. E6 12. I Lay Awake 13. Who put the ass in Embassy?!