Local five-piece SANT is back. Today, we are proud to premiere their new track ‘Indimellem’, performed live as part of Tapetown Live Singles. Describing their own sound as “space western”, they utilize the depth and haunting sound of the Danish language, which is also obvious from the new live performance of ‘Indimellem’, embedded below.
The new single, following just six months after the release of their debut EP ‘Ting & Sager‘, also shows, that the local outfit is productive. Thus, we can only hope, that it might be the first sign of a forthcoming debut album.
As part of Tapetown Live Singles, the artists are asked a couple of questions about their choice of atmosphere for their personal live record (and video). Read SANT’s own thoughts about their video, below.
What lies behind your choice of atmosphere for your live single?
“We tried to make the light setting as intuitive and live as the music itself. Our friend, Mathias Winther, is pretty talented making visuals with liquid colours on a projector. A living, evolving painting seemed ideal for making sound and visuals merge.”
We heard that your synth-player, Bjarke, often embarks on 5-10 hour-long jam sessions during the night – often also just by himself. Is this where the magic happens?
“There is definitely something going on with Bjarke’s late night adventures. These sessions often result in what Bjarke does best. Two words: space noise. But the real magic happens when we are all gathered. The writing process can be quite tricky sometimes, but when it flows you get a good combination of what each of us has to offer sonically. That’s the goal.”
We heard rumours you will be going back into the studio for your second full-length album – any clues as to when we might see a release coming along?
“Our main focus, at this time, is simply to write new music. We have parted ways with our cellist, which have forced us to change the way we write music, in a good way. The new material is louder and more melodic. We have a time frame in mind – Earlier than Roskilde 18’ – It’s certain that we will be going back to Tapetown for our future recordings, though. This is the place that fits our ambitions the most. The next record has to be a blast – so we need time. And that’s what you get in Tapetown. Time to create your own piece of art.”