Lemaitre shares “Fast Lovers,” The title track from the duo’s forthcoming EP
“Fast Lovers,” the title track from Lemaitre’s upcoming EP, was released via Astralwerks. The song, which unwinds at a dreamy, languid pace in sharp contrast to its title, is available to stream/download HERE. Watch for the official video to premiere soon.
Lemaitre – Fast Lovers (Audio)
“Fast lovers is a modern reflection on the age old conundrum surrounding consumerism and happiness. It ponders on whether life would be better spent pursuing a slow incline towards contention or the quick release in the form of material goods and paraphernalia. The subject is reflected by the allegory of a woman consuming copious amounts of blow.”
Lemaitre’s Ketil Jansen
The six-song EP will feature two additional new songs – “Smoke” and “Better Now” – plus the previously released “Big,” “Little Things” and “Rocket Girl” feat. Betty Who. See below for track listing.
The Norwegian-born, Los Angeles-based electronic duo is fresh off a sold-out series of December dates, which wrapped up at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre. Lemaitre also performed at the Gamers’ Choice Awards, the first ever network awards show celebrating the worlds of gaming and esports, which aired live on CBS.
VMAN praises Lemaitre’s “uber- catchy melodies and shimmering new wave synths” and deems “Big” “an anthemic, slow-churning electro-rock tune that’s very reminiscent of the Beatles and reflects a more organic and instrumental approach to their glossy sound.” Watch the accompanying video below.
Ulrik Denizou Lund and Ketil Jansen formed Lemaitre in Oslo, Norway in 2010, takes its name from Georges Lemaître, the Belgian priest and astronomer known for introducing the Big Bang theory. Signed to Astralwerks in 2014, Lemaitre has released five dance-oriented EPs, a remix collection, two short-form releases and the long-form compilation Chapter One. The latter included “Closer” feat. vocalist Jennie A. and “Higher” featuring Maty Noyes. Their songs have been featured in global campaigns for Google, Apple, Facebook, FIFA 2017, Skyy Vodka, PayPal, Tropicana, Infiniti, Hugo Boss.