Imitating Aeroplanes flies us to the unknown sides of progressive music where psyche, funk, and pop spiral into madness to yield an eccentric sound. The duo’s latest single “Stomping Ground” takes us into the bittersweet life transition of bidding farewell to the known and welcoming the unknown. With shattering synths and banging guitars, “Stomping Ground” fuels your adrenalines to march alongside the beats. Hit play below:
“‘Stomping Ground’ is about me moving back to Norway, or maybe more so, about leaving Liverpool and the life I had created there. It’s very optimistic, but also bittersweet; like feeling stuck between two places” explained Tord.
Comprised of Tord Øverland Knudsen (The Wombats) and Marius Drogsås Hagen (Team Me), Imitating Aeroplanes is a collaborative project of two internationally acclaimed artists who have already won Norwegian Grammy Award, had multi-million sales and streams, topped Billboard Charts, and received multiple NME/MTV Award nominations. “Stomping Ground” is from their upcoming album Planet Language, which will be out on September 22nd.
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