To me, there is something incredibly appealing about the thought of an accessible roof – whenever I see a picture of some rooftop terrace floading around Pinterest, chances are high I end up pinning it onto my personal “dream house” board…

Well, now imagine such rooftop terrace featuring flower/veggie beds and a live session of one of your current favourite Danish acts, somewhere in the urban surrounds of chilly Copenhagen.

Yeah. There’s indeed little that could top the open setting, which The Attic Sleepers chose to perform their similarly relieving track “Airport” at. The four members of the band’s live set-up adapt themselves smoothly to said surroundings, which subtly get introduced by changing perspectives and well-chosen detail shots (see the screenshots below!)

Released alongside of the band’s debut EP “Lanquin”, the live session is just one beautiful reason more why you should check out The Attic Sleepers – and follow their whereabouts on Facebook.


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