Music: Bremer McCoy – Utopia

Bremer McCoy are a Danish duo consisting of Jonathan Bremer on acoustic bass and Morten McCoy on the keys and tape delay. Together they have released a sublime new album titled Utopia, which brings elements of jazz, and neo-classical music together in an emphatic, soulful album.

The album starts off with “Åben Bog,” a gorgeous piano-led piece that is rich and emotive. The tone throughout the entire project is sombre and soulful, with each track sounding soothing, reflective and absolutely stunning. “Højder” features subtle bass notes that add texture, though it is overpowered by the stunningly beautiful keys that just give out such a powerful tone and mood. The whole album is full of emphatic, gorgeous moments like these, such as on “Vega” and “Salig.” “Dråber” is dreamy and beautiful as well, bringing more electronic synth keys to the music, creating a stunning soundscape that brought me goosebumps upon first listen. The two talented musicians really came through with a terrific moody and ethereal album, and I cannot wait to hear more from them both. Excellent work!

Listen to Bremer McCoy’s brand new album Utopia below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Luaka Bop Records.

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