FROST: Something New video by Carl Critical // London Live: Queen of Hoxton Weds 24th Oct // Jori Hulkkonen download Date:
Frost: ‘Something New’ single release 22nd October
Frost – Something New single release
Label: FrostWorld Recordings
Release date: 22nd October 2012
Distribution: Phonofile-Artspages int.
Publishing: Sony/ATV Music Publishing
‘Something New’ is the latest single from Frost’s album ‘Radiomagnetic,’ released September 2012 on FrostWorld Recordings.
The single is featured in an 8-minute video of the same name, directed by Carl Critical. The footage is part of an obscure documentary project entitled ‘Ghost Radio Hunter’ – a collaboration between Carl Critical, Russian underground filmmaker Kostya Shamshin and Frost, covering an expedition into the Arctic looking for the source of mysterious radio signals that were the inspiration for the making of the album ‘Radiomagnetic’.
On 1st September 2012, Frost played a live concert in the abandoned Russian mining town of Pyramiden (Пирамида).
‘Something New’ is available in 3 different versions: the original album version, a 4-minute single version, and a beautiful, drone remix by up-and-coming Tromsø-based producer Le Petit Garçon.
‘Something New’ will be released on 22nd October.
Don't miss Frost at their upcoming live date in London
Weds 24 October London, Queen of Hoxton
Watch the stunning video of 'Something New' by Carl Critical here:
Free download of remix by Finnish legend, Jori Hulkkonen
Praise for Frost
The aptly-named duo's distinctively Scandinavian electronic pop sound is drawn around eerie dream-like melodies, layering delicate sensual vocals with heavy drum patterns and catchy synths Dazed & Confused
‘Radiomagnetic’ comes across like a fractured, corroded transmission – all voices collapsing in on themselves, faltering synths and melodies which crack like ice. Taken from the new album, ‘The Woods’ comes backed with a clip that matches the desolate beauty of the music Clash
Radio Magnetic sounds a lot like industrial techno blended with the sort of alt-pop purveyed by 4AD, Purity Ring and High Places VICE / Noisey
Peterson’s crystal clear vocals skate icily and delicately over the warmer tones of a pulsating beat and twinkling, dreamy synth melodies. Simply divine Planet Notion
(Frost) major in electronic pop that’s sometimes tinted with the glacial chill of their far northern hometown of Tromsø...comparable to the wonderful Ladytron The Artsdesk