Released today November 1 (how the heck is it November already…), ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ is the first album from the Danish sextet since 2012’s ‘Express Non Stop’. And it’s not before time. The album, available on digital download and streaming, CD, and vinyl, comprises 9 tracks of mostly upbeat pop.
Beloved Danish indie pop band Alphabeat have just announced the release of their highly anticipated fourth studio album Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore, arriving 1st November through Warner Music, Denmark via Absolute Label Services. It is preceded today by the album’s infectious first single I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore, which has been added into Spotify’s prestigious New Music Friday UK playlist (736k followers). It is available to stream now, here. It marks the band’s second new single of 2019, seeing the six-piece troupe staying true to their power pop roots. The release follows their comeback track Shadows, which boasts over 4 million streams and has spent over 22 weeks on the Top 10 airplay chart in their native Denmark. Pre-order Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore here.
Danish trio Scarlet Pleasure formed in 2013 and are made up of childhood friends, Alexander Malone (on bass), Emil Goll (on vocals and guitar), and Joachim Dencker on drums. The trio share a passion for old school soul and American RnB, and blend it with a modern pop sound. Their latest single, ’24/7′, is out today, April 12.
Alphabeat are back! Best known for their hit singles, ‘Fascination’, and ‘10,000 Nights’, as well as their eponymous debut album, the Danish pop group from Silkeborg return from a six year hiatus with their new single, ‘Shadows’. Their fourth album is set for release later this year via Warner Music. Lisa caught up with the group after their recent appearance at SXSW and asked them six quick questions!
Philip Marlon and Matti Macey might still be teenagers, but they’re already forging a bright future for themselves. The Danish hip hop artists, producers, and songwriters have been making music since 2015 and 2017 respectively, and in the summer last year they decided form a collective of underground artists, working under the name of “Matti Meets Marloni”. It’s proven to be a good decision – already the collective has reached 150K streams on Spotify and 30K views on their YouTube channel.