Danish gents and legends Bode and Brixen, more commonly known as Bodebrixen, are set to return with an all new album after five years of long play silence. The two started almost ten years ago as trained jazz musicians and have since broadened their fields of experience into the more poppy spheres. Here now comes their latest, and a Team Poule exclusive: Town Hall Square takes their sounds a bit back into the jazzy ends of the spectrum, with vast soundscapes and the force of a full-on orchestra while maintaining an infectious indie poppy vibe, a true hit.
Town Hall Square, they say, “is a song about innocence, and about Copenhagen. About how the new places we go are surrounded with a kind of magic – a magic that slowly deteriorates until the city is covered in memories, realizations and regret.”. Poetry, right there. Town Hall Square then is out today on Copenhagen’s Antiphonics – with their new album Ruins to follow next week, June 16th. Team Poule says, up top this.