Dangers Of The Sea’s “Stories” Is Your Folk Cure For Nostalgic Fever

Meet the Danish indie/folk rockers

Photo: Eugenijus Barzdžius

Dangers of the Sea crafts the type of folk soundscape that immerses you completely into a meditative state. Their latest single “Stories” packs a punch of melodic nostalgia and warm moodiness that is perfect for your existential chill sessions:

¨We had such a great time recording ‘Stories’ live in the cool Moon Music Studio. Usually we record as live and one-take-ish as possible, but always end up with lots of overdubs and editing. So this – and the previous single ‘Meet Me at the Station’ – is actually our first experience with releasing a live recording with no overdubs, just the sound of the five of us playing together. We are more than thrilled with the result and hope the listeners will be too!¨ shared Dangers of the Sea.

“Stories” is the latest single of the Danish group who released their sophomore album, Our Place In History, last fall. Their previous songs “Mathilda” and “Can You Hear Me” has landed in multiple playlists around the world. As of now, they have shows coming up:

2/15 – Radar (Aarhus, Denmark)

2/17 – Tapperiet (Køge, Denmark)

2/22 – Huset i Hasserisgade (Aalborg, Denmark)

2/23 – Huset Esbjerg (Esbjerg, Denmark)

2/24 – Pavillonen (Grenaa, Denmark)

3/2 – VEGA (Copenhagen, Denmark)

4/19 – Ungdommens Hus Fredericia (Fredericia, Denmark)

4/20 – Bastionen – Nyborg Teater (Nyborg, Denmark)

4/21 – Musikhuset Dexter (Odense, Denmark)