Denmark's creative scene is blossoming.
Almost everyday a new Danish artist lands in the Clash Inbox, and each seems to have their own tenacious grasp on individuality.
Slaughter Beach hail from Odense, and the guitar-led three-piece have a bleached out sense of translucence running through their sound.
The band's new EP 'Heroic Dose' drops on October 7th, with new single 'The Mo' due to be released on September 23rd.
Clash is able to give 'The Mo' its first play, and it's a wonderfully distorted, uniquely chilled out aural artefact. The band explain:
"This song was the first written for the new EP. Nikolaj made the rough demo for it in January and we all almost instantly felt that this was the direction we wanted to go with the new EP. There was however a couple of months of noodling around with the structure and production, and the song didn’t find its final form until almost all of the EP was done. One night we sat working in our studio and the bombastic kinda hip-hoppy beat quickly started forming, at first as a bit of a joke but one thing led to another and in the stretch of an hour or so we’d made what the track would end up like. Listening back the next day we felt like we’d made a really great song and that is how we feel like to this day."
Check it out now.