Trentemøller has just made the first single, “Sycamore Feeling,” off of his upcoming sophomore album, Into the Great Wide Yonder. Check it out here. “Sycamore Feeling” is foggy, off-kilter, and unsettlingly seductive, and features guest vocals from Danish singer Marie Fisker. As a first single, it sets a moody tone, a premonition of what’s yet to come.
Giving the song its own haunting storyline, Trentemøller teamed up with New York-based Danish video artist Jesper Just for an accompanying music video for “Sycamore Feeling.” Just has won great acclaim for his unique vision on video art: he recently had a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and his work is included in the permanent collections of several prominent museums, including the MoMA (US) and The Tate Modern (UK). His dark and challenging proclivities mesh beautifully with Trentemøller’s nuanced track. Click here to watch the “Sycamore Feeling” video.