Fresh new indie-pop music is hailing from Denmark: Singer-songwriter Mads Koch delivers his independent debut release after been the lead singer of Kiss Kiss Kiss and writing songs for acts like Mø (who has a great new album out today too), Jada or Goss.
‘The Lake‘ instantly gets you in the mood for acoustic melancholy but yet not too much sadness: The song is about the honourship of the little moments of life and the trivialty of death. With the weeping guitars and the slow beat it is a wonderful soundtrack to the early days of the year while driving through snowy landscapes and let your thoughts flow about life, the world and everything.
“I think a lot of us can gain a richer and more beautiful existence by practicing an openhearted approach to the transience of life. Not that we necessarily need to dwell on anxious contemplations about death but in a way where we can get through this fear by surrendering to it. This is why ‘The Lake’ is a declaration of love to the little, quiet and seemingly uneventful situations, that our days and lives actually is made of,” Mads Koch explains.
‘The Lake‘ will be part of a whole album Mads has already written which is called ‘Fingers’ and it will be out later in spring.
Photo by Malthe Lund.