Hanne Kolstø maintained her signature frenetic pace when she released her third solo album in three years with 2013's Stillness and Panic. The album was recorded with old marching band instruments and pianos in her childhood home and the chapel where she once started as a soloist in the children's choir. The soundscape here is bigger than any other Kolstø record, but her voice and lyrics are indisputably at the core of the music. The silence, and the reflections made on long, solitary hikes alone in the alps of Sunnmøre, western Norway, are apparent in deeply personal lyrics and in the album's title. Like her two previous efforts, Stillness and Panic was flawlessly produced by Øyvind Røsrud Gundersen.