We’re delighted to announce the signing of amazing Danish artist Ida Wenøe for her brand new album The Things We Don’t Know Yetwhich we’ll release in tandem with our good friends at Songcrafter Music on vinyl, CD & download on 12th April.
Having seen Ida play two superb live shows in Denmark last May, we’re really thrilled that she’s now joined the Integrity family.
The first single from the new record will be Another Kind of Love (out 1st March) & Ida will play her third UK tour during April.
“Ida Wenøe is equal parts mysterious, brooding & beguiling” – R2 Magazine
“Her voice – weary but cute, with the power to cut through – is perfect” – The Guardian
“Wenøe’s signature style pairs ethereal vocals with delicately finger-picked guitar” – Line of Best Fit
“In keeping with her Nordic DNA there’s a glacial air to both the music and the imagery” – Folk Radio
Frostbite, the brand new single by Danish artist MALMØ, is out now. The track and accompanying video comprise Part I of a 4-track EP, The Inevitable End, a prediction in 4 parts – each one representing a different way of the world collapsing if we don´t change our behaviour.
Working closely with Kasper Vindeløv (graphic designer) and Noemi Müller (videographer) on each of the 4 Parts, MALMØ are keen to add to the wider discussion of the potentially irreparable damage mankind seems intent on inflicting upon our own planet.
Of Part I – Frostbite, vocalist/songwriter Maria says:
“Imagine that the seasons stop changing. Winter arrives but never leaves. Ice and snow cover the entire globe – a man-made ice age that we have created but don’t know how to rewind. We have hidden ourselves so deeply within that we don´t know how to find our way out. The ‘hounds of winter’ are out. There is no going back. It won´t be long now … The Inevitable End.”
The Inevitable End EP will follow 2018’s critically acclaimed debut album We Come From The Stars and its 3 UK singles, with spot plays on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Ulster, Amazing Radio, Shoreditch Radio and numerous regional stations, and Spotify playlisting from the likes of Crack In The Road, Alex Rainbird, Double J, Listen To Discover, TUNE, Big Tune IMR & Spotify editorial support across the Nordics and as far away as Taiwan.
“Bringing fragility and rawness into beautiful harmony” – Lo-Fi
“Maria’s vocals are pure, celestial, with a hint of innocent bliss” – Cougar Microbes
“Simon Lynge is a uniquely brilliant talent in terms of his song-writing ability which is worth celebrating alone but his delivery and the way this album has been so beautifully (and painstakingly) assembled is deserving of a standing ovation.”