Hundreds – Wilderness / What Remains

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Following up on their release of stunning, 3-D animated video for latest single “What Remains” which you can watch below, German electro-pop duo Hundreds have released a wonderfully dystopian teaser single ‘Wilderness‘ – a taste of their upcoming album of the same name, to be released on the 4th November via Embassy of Music.

Earlier this year single ‘What Remains’ received stellar remixes by Hamburg based DJ and producer Oliver Schories, as well as a “heavy handed” remix by Berlin-based producer duo Penwood .

Listen to: “What Remains” (Oliver Shories Remix)

Listen to: “What Remains” (Penwood Heavy Handed Remix)

The Story So Far

In 2010, siblings Eva and Philipp Milner recorded their special self-titled debut album, under the name Hundreds. Despite having no budget or any radio airplay, the pair became one of the greatest German indie pop stories in recent times.

Stemming from the success of this self-released debut, Hundreds began playing shows all over Europe, as well as international festivals like SXSW (US), Iceland Airwaves and The Great Escape (UK). Parallel to that, album “Hundreds” was released in more and more European countries.

With a sound remiscent of of Massive Attack, Dido or Radiohead, no comparison can really do them justice. “Wilderness” is the second taste of new album The Wilderness (out via Embassy of Music 04/11/2016). Hundreds will also be touring their new album in November. Tour info here.

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Posted on September 20, 2016, in stream, video and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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