"Nothing to Say" released today

"Nothing to Say" released today

4 Guys From The Future are releasing their first radio single from their upcoming studio album Adagio today. It’s called “Nothing to Say” and as lead singer Bjarke Porsmose points out it’s a schizophrenic song that thematically evolves around how you have to think carefully living in a present world with political, religious and environmental threats. The track also features Jannis Noya Makrigiannis from Choir Of Young Believers, who plays the irresistible guitar theme of the song.

On Friday the band also premiered their brand new video for “Nothing to Say”. The bright and colourful visualization was created by Lasse Smith from Made up Matter and if you have some old school Anaglyph 3D glasses lying around from a recent Kraftwerk show, you can also enjoy the video in a 3D experience – it’s worth the effort. 

The good news don’t stop there as 4 Guys From The Future are sitting comfortably at #1 on the national Danish radio chart Det Elektriske Barometer for the second week in a row. Joining them in the top at #5 is another Tambourhinoceros’ pride and joy -  PRE-Be-UN with their latest single “mysteriously in love” from the album clean spasms, released on Aug 19, 2013.

Pre-order Adagio on vinyl here and learn more about today’s single here.

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