Astronaut’s new single ‘Forever’ is soaring Scandinavian Indie-Pop produced by Claudius Mittendorfer (Arctic Monkeys, Temples, Johnny Marr).
“We wanted to make a big fast song about when we realize someone or something is not good for us. When we break free from that. Like a speedway epiphany” – lead singer, Martin Zeppelin
Astronaut’s upcoming album is named after the ancient Japanese philosophy ‘Kintsugi’ about highlighting the imperfect and accepting change in our lives. A broken vase, repaired with glue and gold; a broken heart patched back together.
On ‘Kintsugi’ Astronaut continues to explore their sonic universe with Claudius Mittendorfer. The sound of the new material is described as being more playful and experimenting, while still maintaining Astronaut’s classic mix of 90’s romantic art-rock and modern pop. ‘Forever’ and the new album ‘Kintsugi’ is out on the 24th of March.
Astronaut formed in 2015 at The Royal Academy of Music in Denmark, as lead singer and otherworldly charismatic frontman Martin Zeppelin united old and new friends in an original setup. The sound quickly turned into a vintage late 70’s sound with a modern, spacious animalistic overlay. After touring in Denmark and the neighbouring counties, the band’s hard work culminated with their debut album “Silence One” in April 2019.
After a series of good reviews, national airplay and five-starred live shows Astronaut released the single “Amazing” in November 2019, which foreshadowed a more experimental and straightforward approach; an approach easily recognized on the band’s coming album ‘Kintsugi’.
Listen to ‘Forever’ – BELOW:
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