Oh Land Premieres “Head Up High” Penguin Prison Remix via Consequence of Sound
Head Up High (The Remixes) Out 3/3
New Album Earth Sick Out Now
“When Fabricius sings on the chorus that she’ll hold her head up higher, it feels even more celebratory than her original recording..” – Consequence of Sound
“Upping the ante on the electronic front, the New York producer has treated the uplifting single with a subtle touch of funk and groove.” – HYPETRAK
“He took the Danish singer’s booming, murky electro-pop song and spun it into a lighter dance groove — thanks to the addition of a groovy bassline and bright synths.” – Idolator
Danish singer-songwriter, & producer, Nanna Øland Fabricius, better known as Oh Land, just released her latest revamp of her single “Head Up High” remixed by Chris Glover aka Penguin Prison. The new remix spices up Oh Land’s single, as Fabricius said “It feels very ‘80s and a bit disco. I also love how changing the chords makes the melody sounds differ.”
This week, Oh Land unveiled her latest music video “Flags,” which Jezebel premiered. Oh Land created and produced the video herself—a combination of artistry and her desire to truly illustrate the meaning of the song.
Click HERE to watch “Flags”
“Flags” and “Head Up High” were featured on from Oh Land’s fourth studio album, Earth Sick released via Tusk or Tooth/Kobalt Label Services. The “Flags” video is a continuation of the grassroots and innovative approach Oh Land has taken with Earth Sick, fueling all aspects of the creative process. Earth Sick is out now digitally and on CD and vinyl, and lead single “Head Up High” has been getting serious remix love from the likes of MS MR, Penguin Prison, CSS, Lauren Flax, and Mercury (the remix bundle will be released digitally on March 3).
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