Dänmark: We Come Unseen

From Brisbane, Australian indie rockers, Dänmark, bring forth a sharp sound which they have been honing since the release of their two-song release, Part One, in 2019, resonating with the genuine emo rock of the nineties and early 2000s  The band's new standalone cut, We Come Unseen, finds them in full melancholy mood.

The new song, which is in keeping with the band's knack for engaging titles and endearing lyricism, also sees them putting their instrumental competence to good use, matching it to the delicate vocals.

Dänmark comment on We Come Unseen: "A song about having an awareness of one's own depression and subsequent recoil to isolation, under the assumption that it would be better to be unseen out of consideration for others and their safety."

Out through False Peak Records, the song was recorded by James Jackson, and mastered by William Bowden, and it comes with a well made clip directed by James Latter at Back Dock Arts in Brisbane.

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