Danish post-punks LESS WIN reveal new music video ‘Bayonet’ | Live in London this week | ‘Further’ EP released June 19th‏

June 16, 2015


Share new music video for ‘Bayonet’

Debut UK EP due June 19th via The Big Oil Recording Co.
Live at Bedroom Bar, London on June 17th
& Old Blue Last, London on June 18th

Copenhagen trio Less Win immortalize their Manchester-atmosphere post-punk in a brand new video for ‘Bayonet’, the first cut from their debut UK EP Further.

Conveying a sense of foreboding, claustrophobia and frustration as the male lead (played by guitarist Casper Morilla) walks through an open forest landscape, “there’s an emergency to the song which is beautifully contrasted in the video,” the band explain. “The music is always contorting, twisting and turning, while the video lets each shot rest and focus. The same goes for the vivid colours of the nature imagery, which clashes with the bleakness of the music. The combined effect is both eerie and beautiful.

Set for release via the The Big Oil Recording Company on June 19th, the Further EP is powered by four explosive tracks that pack more than a punch. The sonic assault that Morilla, bassist Patrick Kociszewski and drummer Matthew Moller concoct is performed at bursting point, leaving you on the edge with that feeling that everything could go wrong at any time.

Paying homage to everything from glam to post-punk, Less Win’s music has a will behind it – a hunger for meaning. As implied by the EP title, the band venture further into their own sonic universe and explore the nooks and crannies of their musical interior. Here the melodic surrounds everything, even when the rest of the music is at its most sinister.

Their frenetic live show has built them a strong reputation in the Danish underground, and throughout the scenes of Germany, France and Benelux. See Less Win play their first UK shows at the dates below.

Pre-order the EP from:


17th June – Bedroom Bar, London (Event Page)
18th June – Old Blue Last, London (Event Page) | |

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