Good sound comes from using the ears
In other words, the band focuses on their own music, and of course recording and sound quality means a lot to the band members in this context. Prior to their most acclaimed record, When the Deer Wore Blue, they went into the Swedish forests to record the entire album in an authentic, analogue way. They produced, engineered and mixed the album themselves, and now they're releasing it in a variety of sound formats.
"We do this to make use of all options that make sense – and to oblige the wishes of our audience. Our music should be accessible to everyone who wants to listen to it, either as streaming or whatever format people prefer to own. We have really made an effort to make the music sound good. It'd feel like a waste of energy if MP3 was to be the only available format."
When it comes to the recording process, Figurines is equally focused on ensuring the best sound quality possible. But to be frank, they're not too technical when it comes to sound reproduction: