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Prior to the release of Trentemøller's new album "Lost Reworks" his very own remix of "Come Undone (feat. Kazu Makino)" has been premiered via the US-based Self-titled Magazine earlier this week. Being praised by the magazines editors for the beauty of its "sinister keyboard lines and beautiful yet broken minor-keyed guitar" Trentemøller's re-cut perfectly showcases his ability to unveil a new thrilling vision of his own song.

Have a look at the premiere here!
Check "Come Undone (Trentemøller Remix)" on Youtube! 

Scheduled for early September is the release of Trentemøller’s forthcoming longplay piece “Lost Reworks” – a thrilling re-cut of his latest opus “Lost” which has been remixed by the likes of Toydrum, Unkwon, T.O.M. And His Computer, Jenny Wilson, Trentemøller himself and other collaborative spirits who’re about to reveal their personal take on Trentemøller’s unique musical vision with on this special album release. More info to come soon. 

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Snow storm at Roskilde

Last weekend at Rock Werchter!

Recently premiered via Drowned In Sound to great applause is the new video accompanying “Deceive” which deeply delves into artsy climes and unfurls a mystic, but vital vibe, perfectly matching with the dark’ish bass layouts provided by the orginal song.

The video is a study of a horse, an animal that appears both pre-historic and modern. The camera examines its movements, muscles, skin, limbs, hair, and bones. It becomes so obvious that the horse is much more that just a tamed animal, its viability and brutality in paradox with the temporality of the body. The eye of the horse links it, like a conversation without words, to the rest of us and for all its banality it’s beautiful. The suggestive mood of the music and Sunes hypnotic words about an obsession over someone, the idea of almost wanting to be another body, I though worked well with the film’s point of view, as well as wanting to introduce a visual vocabulary not often seen in music videos.

Danish musican Trentemøller and Swedish artist Andreas Emenius have been exploring parallels between their work for some time. Emenius was involved, together with Henrik Vibskov, in designing the cover artwork for ‘Into the Great Wide Yonder‘, Trentemøller’s second studio album, as well as the stage scenography for the ongoing ‘Lost’ world tour. Trentemøller was invited to preform in Emenius exhibition  ‘Movement’ at H.C Andersen Castle, Copenhagen, in 2012, staged and curated by Andreas Emenius , with international artists in dialogue across the fields of painting, dance, performance and music. They plan to continue expanding the fields of fine art and popular culture with new projects in 2014/15.