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Danish Electro Pop duo Feel Freeze are plotting a gender revolution

Danish electro-pop duo Feel Freeze are back with new single ‘Let Go!’, taken from upcoming album Feathers & Scars (released Oct 12 2018) which is produced in collaboration with Lasse Lyngbo (Vinnie Who, White Pony, Lydmor) and Troels Damgaard-Holm (First Hate, Blaue Blume, Bisse).

‘Let Go!’ draws on the subject of freedom, with the duo telling us “Sometimes you have to set your loved ones free for them to grow wings and so that you can meet again on the other side. ‘Let Go!’ is about feeling lost and not knowing where you are or where you are going. About letting go of conceptions and expectations as to what genders fit certain bodies, which sexualities fit certain people and which bodies desire certain bodies.”

Drawing inspiration from artists such as ANOHNI, The Flaming Lips, Royksöpp and Robyn, the track is a bonafide pop banger. Emotive piano melodies, celestial synths and an instantly catchy chorus are backed up by pounding drums.

Feel Freeze consist of Raymonde Gaunoux and Mathias Vinther Lilholt. Their engaging live show has reached Denmark, Europe and Asia and seen them support Thomas Dybdahl and Cymbals Eat Guitars. Their productions have been praised by the likes of The Line Of Best Fit heard on BBC 6Music & BBC Radio 2.




Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/05XGe34IUjpAFGMK0j7E2y

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/fefreezedk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/feelfreezedk

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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