Oh Land visualises her songs
Oh Land "visualises" all of her songs when she's writing them and ensures her visions are "as detailed as possible"
Oh Land "visualises" all of her songs when she's writing them.
The Danish-born popstar - who released her third studio album 'Wish Bone' earlier this year - ensures her visions are "as detailed as possible" by drawing upon past memories and experiences and even recalls smells to inspire her music.
She said exclusively to BANG Showbiz: "When I write a song, I often put myself in that space where I work to relive the - whatever inspired me - relive the experience. You know I go back to that memory and really think about how did it look? What happened? You know, how did it smell? So that I can write as precise and as detailed as possible. So very much from the first sentence I write, I visualise."
Oh Land's - real name Nanna Oland Fabricius - visual writing style provides a clear direction for her music videos and she has taken "beats" from video sharing site YouTube after being inspired by clips posted online.
She said: "I always have a very strong feeling about what I want to do in the next video. Like for a particular song I'll be like this song should be a dance video. That's how I felt about the 'Renaissance Girls' video because all the beats in the video, like the main beats, I cut out of some steps shown videos on YouTube."
Oh Land UK tour dates 2013:
02 Dec - Manchester, Deaf Institute
03 Dec - Glasgow, King Tuts
04 Dec - Birmingham, The Institute
05 Dec - London, Scala
06 Dec - Brighton, The Haunt
08 Dec - Dublin, Button Factory