Published Jun 24, 2016Danish electronic wiz Trentemøller shed a bit of light on his upcoming Fixion LP last month, specifically that he was working with Savages vocalist Jehnny Beth. Their collaboration comes on a single titled "River in Me," which now has a set of icy visuals.
A collaborative effort between Swedish director Åsa Riton and Swedish artist Andreas Emenius, the cold clip tells a love story between two girls in a bleak winter landscape, working in shots of snowy northern Sweden, a car doing donuts, and hockey of both the ice and tonsil variety.
"I've been a huge Savages fan since their debut record," Trentemøller previously said of his collaboration with Beth. "I met their producer Johnny Hostile at a festival in Paris and ended up inviting him to support us on our tour. Jehnny actually tagged along for some of the dates. Afterwards, he dropped me a line and asked me to mix the next Savages record Adore Life. Jehnny, Johnny and I built a real friendship in the process so it felt right to ask her to sing on my album."
Fixion is set to arrive on September 16 through Trentemøller's own In My Room. Watch the video for "River in Me" below.