is a meeting of two worlds.
Danish singer Egil Bargfeldt and bassist Kristian Hybel were two lost and lonely souls when they heard the distant melodies of a mandolin at a Berlin folk festival in 2011. That mandolin was played by the Canadian multi-instrumentalist Derek Ullenboom. Within the first few notes, they struck a musical epiphany. The three minds immediately became musical brothers and Passarola People was born.
Egil's sapient, intense lyrics are supported by three-part vocal harmonies, Kristian's ubiquitous foundation and the instrumental wizardry of Derek. Their music transcends time and continents, gathering influences from the folk music of their native lands and their adventures on the road.