SUSANNE SUNDFOR – ” Good Luck Bad Luck “

Posted: September 18, 2017 in MUSIC
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It’s been a while since we last heard from Susanne Sundfør, but the Norwegian indie folk artist returns to positively sweep us off our feet with her latest single, “Good Luck Bad Luck.” Featured on her recent fifth album, the critically acclaimed Music for People in Trouble, it’s a theatrical threnody to a doomed relationship as performed over piano, double bass and baritone saxophone, all of which return for the song’s smoky, late-night jazz coda.

Good Luck Bad Luck by Susanne Sundfør taken from her new album Music For People In Trouble,

The official video for ‘Accelerate’ taken from Susanne’s recent album ‘Ten Love Songs’, directed by renowned Norwegian director Stian Anderson. Listen to ‘Ten Love Songs’ in full here:…

On ‘Ten Love Songs’ Sundfør bares all with epic results, and has arguably made her most compelling and fully realised work to date. She skilfully draws on the musical assistance both of new friends and old including Anthony Gonzalez of M83, Svein and Torbjorn from Röyksopp, her long-term collaborator Lars Horntveth of Jaga Jazzist, and the Trondheimsolistene Chamber Ensemble.
I also worked with the amazing Steven Hoggett on this video, who is a choreographer. It was an intense and fun experience to really go into depth on how you can make your body convey a mood or message.
I wanted to work with Stian Andersen because he has a great eye for the kind of video I wanted to make. I wanted it to be a live performance, and I wanted it to be raw and aggressive. I’m so happy with the video, and I’m so grateful that I’ve gotten to work with such a talent…

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