Turboweekend & Oh Land - Slow

Leaves are slowly falling, the sun sets earlier, but you are looking for an energetic, engaging piece of music that makes you dive into the summer feeling just a little bit longer? That makes you feel the beat and makes your feet move spontaneously?

Easy! Here are the necessary ingredients:
– Take one drop of Turboweekend’s blood
– Pour one drop of Oh Land’s blood
– Add fun in collaborating and
– A wish for experimenting and trying new tunes

What you get is “Slow” – the perfect mix of the two Danish bands – Oh Land and Turboweekend.

The song, that debuted on this year’s Grøn Koncert, taking place in several Danish locations, is “not typical Turboweekend and not typical Oh Land”explains Silas Bjerregaard, lead singer of Turboweekend. But the song lets you feel the character of both of them and at the same time shows a totally new side of both bands, he states further.

That’s exactly how we felt when listening to the track. It really is something new, but you can sense the “blood” of both parties. And even if the track is wearing a rather new costume, one thing remains the same: it makes your feet move instantly – and that even if the lyrics tell you to slow down and remind you of the fact that sometimes the fastest way to reach your goals is to take things slow. A thought that a lot of us should keep in mind when racing through our daily lives. But no worries – there is still time to let our feet move to the joyful vibes for a bit first!

And not only the song itself shows the good connection between the two bands. The track’s video clip gives us a glimpse on the fun both had when performing “Slow”.

Wanna have a look? Check it out on YouTube and stream “Slow” on Spotify.

And who knows… maybe this is not the last common track of Oh Land and Turboweekend.

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