Lasse Matthiessen releases new EP ‘When We Collided’!

November 12, 2017

Lasse Matthiessen releases new EP ‘When We Collided’!

For fans of… José González, Fleet Foxes, Sigur Ros

“…a classic that you’ll return to time and time again. Brilliant and beautiful.” – Folk Radio

Danish songwriter and musician Lasse Matthiessen‘s new EP When We Collided is out now on Zpektakel Records / The Orchard. It is available to stream via Spotify and iTunes now.

To celebrate the release, the video for the title track and lead single, When We Collided, premiered on Folk Radio UK and is available to watch via Lasse’s YouTube channel now.

A collection of elevated and bittersweet symphonies, the EP profoundly explores different themes through Matthiessen’s touching and sincere songwriting style. Filled with rich lyrical storytelling, each track oozes a deep sense of honest emotion and raw passion.

Inspired by the nocturnal pulse of Paris in the summer, title track and lead single When We Collided offers delicate folk-infused melodies alongside Matthiessen’s rich, deep vocals and the spellbinding harmonies of Sara Hartman. Oozing a cinematic, emotion-strewn splendour, it’s the perfect introduction to this reflective collection.

From the delicate, twinkling melodies of ‘Broken Choir’ and ‘Sycamore Trees’ to the sweeping majestic grandeur and dark, haunting power of ‘Sorte Søer’ and ‘Alchemist Fire’, each track offers its own unique, captivating beauty.

Born in Copenhagen, and now living part-time in Berlin, Matthiessen writes music to share stories. Having recorded the EP in an old bunker in the Kreuzberg area, he didn’t want to be limited by the technical restrictions of a ‘cool’ studio, and felt that this venue suited his expressive and raw sound perfectly.

Now, having supported artists such as Suzanne Vega and Anna Calvi, Matthiessen hopes to work his way into listener’s hearts with this latest impassioned collection of tracks.

When We Collided is out now on Zpektakel Records / The Orchard, and available to stream via Spotify and iTunes now.

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