Copenhagen-based artist TOM And His Computer recruits Roxy Jules in his latest single “Puzzle,” a soothing psych rock piece tinted with indie tones that encapsulates our longing for night life. Through warm summery strums and hazy choruses, “Puzzle” illustrates the wistfulness and nostalgia of soaking on live music during the late hours of the night. “The inspiration comes from me craving for a cool late night-out with good friends, dive bars and perhaps a concert with Moon Duo in a dark venue somewhere,” he shared. Check out the noir music video by Benitha Vlok:
The single also comes with Trentemøller remix, which you can check out below:
Thomas Bertelsen is the maestro behind TOM And His Computer who is currently getting to roll out his upcoming debut LP Future Ruins, out on October 16th via Trentemøller’s label In My Room.
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