Trentemøller – “Redefine” Video (NSFW)

Danish dance architect Trentemøller’s Fixion is due next month. Savages frontwoman Jehnny Beth repaid the favor of Trentemøller of mixing the band’s recent Adore Life album with a guest spot on the lead single “River In Me.” Today, the dutch producer is back with the followup “Redefine” along with a visual accompaniment via Nowness.

“Redefine” is a dense, low-end heavy dance romp with deep-grooving bass at helm and inventive synths interjecting. Marie Fisker’s vocals balance the lowness with gauzy, dreamy melodies. The visuals, directed by Åsa Riton and Andreas Emenius, are a dark swirl of seduction, deceit, and indulgence. A loose narrative of a woman scorned unfolds as her partner receives a questionable text that hints at infidelity. As the woman goes on a quest to find a person to make out with for revenge, she remembers the good times she and her partner had, but it only fuels her vengeful mission. She kisses a man in a grocery store, where there are naked shoppers for some reason, and records it on her phone. There’s lots of making out and nakedness; it’s peculiarly alluring, but it’s not safe for work, so be warned. Here’s what Emenius had to say about the video:

Shot in Copenhagen the video captures a random meeting between a boy and a girl. Set in an uncanny supermarket amongst washing powder, peanut butter and Dolphin cereals. A destructive love story between a girl and her prey, involving a text message gone wrong, naked shoppers, eggs and money rain.

Check it out below (in an appropriate setting).

Fixion is out in September on his In My Room label.