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Tuesday, November 12th, 2019  

Premiere: Trentemøller Shares Video for “Foggy Figures”

Obverse Out Now via In My Room

Oct 24, 2019 Photography by Sofie Nørregaard
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Danish electronic producer Trentemøller has shared his video for "Foggy Figures," off of his fifth studio album Obverse, his first in three years, out now via his own label In My Room. We are pleased to premiere it. The video is a sweeping panorama of Scandinavian woods shot in greyscale that warps and dilates as the grooves build and mutate. The track itself features lush pads and darkwave inspired rhythms that deepen like the moment of reflection when you recognize yourself thinking a certain way. Check out the video below.

On the making of the video Trentemøller had this to say: "I shot the visuals for Foggy Figures while staying in the Swedish woods with my girlfriend last autumn. One day we woke up to this foggy landscape, it was magical and I right away started shooting on my phone. I had just bought a device that works as a steadicam, you just click the phone into it and then you can shoot with these floating movements. I really feel the walk in the dark and foggy forest captured the vibe in the song. Enjoy!"

His first album in three years, Obverse features a diverse cast of collaborators including Slowdive's Rachel Goswell, Warpaint's Jenny Lee Lindberg, and Lisbet Fritze. Trentemøller also recently wrote and recorded for a short film with Lisbet Fritze that includes features from Sean Penn and Salman Rushdie, which can be found here.

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