Danish electronic artist Anders Trentemøller has debuted a new video for ‘Candy Tongue feat. Marie Fisker’ at Stereogum. Directed by Thomas Jessen, the track features Danish singer/composer Marie Fisker, and, “uses a lot of time to visualize the atmosphere in the music. No fast edits and cuts, but only these stirred, hypnotic bodies, old and young,” according to Anders. It follows first single, ‘Never Stop Running feat. Jonny Pierce of The Drums’ (Noisey), and is taken from his third album, Lost, out September 24th on In My Room. A more streamlined and intricate musical tapestry woven over sleepless nights in his Copenhagen studio, the album features a host of Anders’ esteemed peers, personal influences and sprouting talent, Kazu Makino (Blonde Redhead), Jana Hunter (Lower Dens), Sune Rose Wagner (The Raveonettes), and Low, among others. Though the Trentemøller sound is left intact, as a whole, this album doesn’t sound like anything he’s ever produced before.
Trentemøller was handpicked to open for Depeche Mode this past June on a European tour, and has spent the summer headlining festival dates. His music “transcends genres with cinematic scope” says NME who describe his “captivating complexity” of his music and sound design. It’s been a long and exciting way from his debut LP, The Last Resort, alongside projects like The Trentemøller Chronicles and Remixed/Reworked, to his 2010 record Into The Great Wide Yonder, which gained praise from Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, SPIN, XLR8R, and more.
After a groundbreaking performance at Coachella in 2011, which had Yahoo! calling him the “ultimate underdog, stunning all onlookers and becoming the toast of the fest…the biggest revelation of the entire weekend,” Trentemøller embarked on a set of coast-to-coast US tours with his full live band, featuring guest appearances by expert theremin player Dorit Chrysler and Coco Sumner (I Blame Coco), concluding with the band’s late night TV debut on Late Night with Carson Daly. Stay tuned for details on Trentemøller’s return to the US to follow.
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