Stine Bramsen Stands Between Love & Madness In Her Steamy Video “L.A.C.K.”

Slow-burning reflection.

Photo: Ditte Capion

Danish songstress, Stine Bramsen, uncovers the emotional machinery behind our perception of the world in her steamy new video “L.A.C.K.” While it’s not the “official” video (think of it as more of a “visual”), it still captures the essence of the track. Suspending us into a silky sphere of breezy R&B and seductive pop, the video exposes carnal lust in bluesy visuals that shows an intimacy serving as a shield from external madness. The song captures the zeitgeist of our generation’s torn roles – we strive for being mindful and happy with ourselves, but also feel guilty if we choose to ignore our surroundings’ chaos. Exercising an undeniable mastery over timbre and pitch, Stine delivers a precise amount of impact in each lyrical line while she addresses how the need to stay happy is not just wistful, but practical for our survival and of our loved ones as well. Watch below:

“Sometimes you have to create a vacuum around yourself and the ones you love to simply shut out the hate, violence and inhumanity we see around the world every day. ‘L.A.C.K.’ is about how difficult it can be to find the right balance of being in this mad world with an aching heart while allowing yourself to be happy and present, right where you are” explained Stine Bramsen.

“L.A.C.K.” isn’t an admission of weakness, but the unspoken desire we all have to be content because in this life (and probably in the next) the world won’t ever get cushiony enough for us to be perfectly happy

Originally from Ry, Denmark, Stine has been the hallmark voice of Danish pop scene while fronting the internationally acclaimed band, Alphabeat. She released her first solo album Fiftyseven in 2015, which became a No.1 Gold-selling album in Denmark. For now, the gal has shared some tour dates so catch her live:

2/15 – Portalen (Greve, Denmark)

2/16 – Vejle Musik Teater (Vejle, Denmark)

2/17 – Musikhuset Aarhus (Aarhus, Denmark)

2/22 – DR Koncertsalen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

2/23 – Ny Ridehus (Næstved, Demark)

2/24 – Musikhuset (Esbjerg, Denmark)

2/28 – MCH Herning Kogrescenter (Herning, Demark)

3/2 – Odeon, Store Sal (Odense, Demark,)

3/3 – Musikkens Hus (Aalborg, Denmark)


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