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Harmonize Earth

The sound of technology and our planet, woven in harmony.

The sound of technology and our planet, woven in harmony.

Earth has a pulse. Inaudible waves that reverberate at around 7.83 hertz, on average. Studies have found that these frequencies, known as the Schumann Resonances, have associations with regeneration and healing.

To mark this Earth Day, Einride has teamed up with world-renowned artists Jacob Mühlrad and Alexander Wessely to combine the frequency of the Pod’s autonomous technology with the frequency of Earth – transposing the two into a bespoke musical composition.

Striking a chord between worlds

Harmonize Earth is both an homage to our planet and a testament to our ability to achieve harmony with Earth through technological innovation.

“Technology is not the problem, but the solution. If we adopt this lens, humankind's best days are ahead of us.” – Robert Falck, Founder & CEO, Einride

Three cellists in white robes in front of a blooming tree.

Striking a chord between worlds

Harmonize Earth is both an homage to our planet and a testament to our ability to achieve harmony with Earth through technological innovation.

“Technology is not the problem, but the solution. If we adopt this lens, humankind's best days are ahead of us.” – Robert Falck, Founder & CEO, Einride

Three cellists in white robes in front of a blooming tree.

Sounds of tomorrow

Two conceptual representations of what electric and autonomous transport could one day sound like.

Born from the Harmonize Earth composition, these pieces are bespoke and symbolic – a departure from some of the hollow or random noises of current-day road traffic.

Redefine street noise with the hum of our planet.

The artists

Jacob Mühlrad: Composer

Jacob is a Swedish composer whose works have been performed at Carnegie Hall in New York and at National Portrait Gallery in London. Much of his work explores a sense of the eternal, grappling with themes like mortality and the human condition.

Jacob Mühlrad in the theater audience

The artists

Jacob Mühlrad: Composer

Jacob is a Swedish composer whose works have been performed at Carnegie Hall in New York and at National Portrait Gallery in London. Much of his work explores a sense of the eternal, grappling with themes like mortality and the human condition.

Jacob Mühlrad in the theater audience

Alexander Wessely: Visual artist

Wessely is a multi-disciplinary Swedish-Greek artist whose works have been exhibited, performed, or shown in over 20 countries. He has also directed music videos for artists including The Weekend and Swedish House Mafia. Wessely is known for building narrative, drama, and expression through silhouettes and contrasts. 

Alexander Wessely silhouette from the side while projecting art to the stage

Alexander Wessely: Visual artist

Wessely is a multi-disciplinary Swedish-Greek artist whose works have been exhibited, performed, or shown in over 20 countries. He has also directed music videos for artists including The Weekend and Swedish House Mafia. Wessely is known for building narrative, drama, and expression through silhouettes and contrasts. 

Alexander Wessely silhouette from the side while projecting art to the stage

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© 2022 Einride. All rights reserved.