Jenny Hval’s Lost Girls, the captivating collaborative venture between Jenny Hval and Håvard Volden, has just bestowed upon us a tantalizing taste of their upcoming musical endeavor, accompanied by some thrilling news of an imminent album release. Set to grace our auditory senses on October 20, via the sonic haven known as Smalltown Supersound, their upcoming LP, affectionately titled “Selvutsletter,” promises to be an absolute gem.
The latest sonic delight bestowed upon us is “With the Other Hand,” a melodic masterpiece that follows the trail blazed by July’s single “Ruins.” If you’re as eager as a kid in a candy store to bask in its auditory glory, just hit that play button and let the music work its magic.
In a statement that’s bound to make Leonard Cohen aficionados nod in approval, Hval and Volden divulged that “With the Other Hand” draws its inspiration from the timeless Cohen himself. The song unfurls like a whisper, unraveling the enigmatic journey of an individual through the labyrinthine landscape of a street, a building, and ultimately, a stage. Such is the power of music—to take us on journeys through the uncharted territories of imagination.
It’s no secret that Lost Girls has been a force to be reckoned with since they graced the scene, and their musical journey culminated in their debut album “Menneskekollektivet” back in 2021. Not to be outdone, the following year saw Hval embarking on her own artistic voyage, presenting us with the sonic masterpiece known as “Classic Objects.”
But lo and behold, the musical adventures are far from over. The upcoming album, “Selvutsletter,” is ready to whisk us away on a sonic rollercoaster with its meticulously crafted tracks. From the ethereal embrace of “Timed Intervals” to the introspective musings of “Jeg Slutter Meg Selv,” this album promises a musical tapestry that’s as diverse as it is enthralling. And oh, let’s not forget “Seawhite,” which might just leave you yearning for more as the album comes to a close.
So, dear readers, mark your calendars for October 20 and prepare to be serenaded by the enchanting melodies of Lost Girls’ “Selvutsletter.” It’s a musical odyssey that promises to be nothing short of extraordinary, whispering tales of mystery and emotion through its meticulously woven notes. In a world that often feels noisy and chaotic, music remains the guiding light, leading us through the darkened streets, the shattered ruins, and the fiery world of sound and soul.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Musical Odyssey
When will Lost Girls’ new album “Selvutsletter” be released?
The highly anticipated album “Selvutsletter” by Lost Girls is set to be released on October 20 via Smalltown Supersound.
What is the inspiration behind Lost Girls’ latest single “With the Other Hand”?
“With the Other Hand” draws its inspiration from the legendary Leonard Cohen, resulting in a pop song that whispers about an enigmatic journey through streets, buildings, and stages.
Have Lost Girls released music before?
Yes, Lost Girls previously released their debut album “Menneskekollektivet” in 2021, captivating audiences with their unique blend of musical artistry.
What other projects has Jenny Hval been involved in?
Jenny Hval, one half of Lost Girls, embarked on her own musical journey with the release of “Classic Objects” the following year, showcasing her individual creativity.
Can you provide a glimpse of the tracks on the “Selvutsletter” album?
Certainly! The album features tracks like “Timed Intervals,” “Ruins,” “World on Fire,” and more, promising a diverse and enthralling musical experience.
Where can I listen to Lost Girls’ new single “With the Other Hand”?
You can immerse yourself in the musical magic of “With the Other Hand” on various music streaming platforms, as well as on the official website of Lost Girls.
What can I expect from the album “Selvutsletter”?
“Selvutsletter” offers a musical odyssey through its meticulously crafted tracks, ranging from ethereal compositions to introspective musings, leaving listeners yearning for more.
How would you describe Lost Girls’ music to someone unfamiliar with their work?
Lost Girls’ music can be described as a captivating blend of melodic journeys, weaving stories and emotions through enchanting melodies that resonate with both the heart and soul.