People talk at SPOT Festival. They talk about themselves, each other, their bands, their projects, who they’re gonna sign – and the list goes on. And I really get it; it’s an ideal place to have these talks, to promote yourself and your project. However, the talks at SPOT Festival can be divided into two categories: The business talk and the actual music talk.
For us (and most ticket-holders), the actual music talk is by far the most interesting. It’s where you forget about your own project, and it’s where the buzz and the hype begins. This year, you had people talking about some of the Must-See acts like Liss or SaveUs, and then you had this small, unknown act who really had people talking. And yeah, you guessed it – It’s Masasolo; a four-piece act from Copenhagen with inspirations such as Tame Impala and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
They played at Sway during the Phonofile Dayparty, so you can’t say, that they conquered SPOT or anything, but still; the concert at Sway, this one single and their feature on this year’s Roskilde Festival poster seems to have done a lot. And you know what? I get why people are talking about this band, and I get why they’ve just been signed to Skandinavian (booking agency),
A couple of days ago, they released this incredible video to their first single, Really Thought She Loved Me, which – by the way – has more than 76,000 plays on Spotify. The video, shot by Jonatan Mose, is absolutely beautiful, and the song is nothing but quality.
We can’t wait to hear more from these guys. Until then, this video is on repeat!