It’s the dark side of ladies night – the discarded heels, loose clothing and alcohol-fueled messes…
Norwegian quintet BROEN glam it up on their latest offering titled “No, My God” with vocalist Marianna Røe ruminating fripperies post-club “We bumping round like a party of T-Rexes… wearing tiny little freaky dresses”.
Under the external glittering track is something more existential & more caring : “It’s about ignoring your problems, and drinking, partying and instagramming your problems away,” Røe explains. “And then getting lost in who’s right, who’s wrong and all the different voices that argue WHICH God could or should help… ‘No, MY God’.”
The track captures BROEN’S genre-clashing, gloriously indeterminate charm, serving a synth-illating instalment of Britpop, hip-hop and West African rhythms.
‘No, My God’ is taken from the band’s forthcoming debut EP ‘Yoga’, released May 6th via London-based singles
Main Image: Broen Øyafestivalen 2015 foto Tommy Østby