WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT CAMP SOUNDS AND THE NEW MUSIC VIDEO MEANTIME. A COLD, HARD, INDUSTRIAL BASEMENT IS TURNING INTO A VIBRATING DISCO WITH FLUORESCENT TUBES AND HIP LASER BEAMS.
The lead singer Bjørn Inge Engebretsen is wearing a becoming white dress, and there is something very 80s about both the look and the sound. In a good way, of course. A way that reminds me a bit about the sound of Depeche Mode, which is a great complement coming from a huge fan. Camp Sounds is in these days working on new singles, an EP and are further planning to release their debut album at the end of 2012. And yes, even though there have been no releases yet, you might have met them before live in concerts. We can mention in random Chateau Neuf, Sugar Bar Stockholm, Blå, John Dee and Øyafestivalen. Say no more. This is also the band’s debut video, directed and produced by the Norwegian/Danish duo Daniel Howlid and Soren Rosenbak, and with a lot of help from great volunteers (is there ever a music video in Norway made without them?) Director of Photography is Kristoffer Archetti and the production company is Kasarchetti. Post produced by Hocus Focus and Lene Cathrine Albertsen, with a lot of online and colour grading by Mathias Theissen. Edited by Henrik Berge.