Jazz and dub meet neo-classical on the new Bremer/McCoy album

Bremer on acoustic bass and McCoy on the keys and tape delay.

Danish duo Bremer/McCoy originated as a reggae band, but gradually as they evolved, they fused jazz, dub, and neo-classical influences into their music.

It wasn’t long ago that the duo’s meditative sound caught our attention, but they sealed the deal with their stunning fourth album aptly called Utopia.

On their upcoming new LP, Natten, which means “the night” in Danish, they recorded the project straight to tape, so they did not have much time to think during the recording process. 

Natten takes inspiration from the end of the day, that regenerative time when our lives look different under the constellations. “We felt a greater freedom this time because we now have a deeper understanding and grounding in what we are doing,” says Bremer. 

This beautiful album is the sonic balm we all need right now in these troubled times, so press play and soak it all in.

Check out the cover artwork and tracklisting below in advance of Natten‘s 29th October release. Head here to pre-order.

Tracklisting:

1.Natten 

2.Mit Hjerte 

3.Gratitude 

4.Hjertebarn

5.Nu og Altid 

6. April

7.Aurora 

8.Nova 

9.MÃ¥neskin

10.Natten (part 2) 

11.Lalibela 

CF Smith

Write for Music Is My Sanctuary & Stereofox.

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