Lindstrøm returns with meditative “Really Deep Snow”

‘On a Clear Day I Can See You Forever’ is on the way.

Norwegian producer Lindstrøm has announced his next album On a Clear Day I Can See You Forever, with the new track “Really Deep Snow.”

The nine-minute electronic track is a voyage of dizzying synth arpeggios built over a collection of synth and piano variations—at times chaotic and dissonant, and elsewhere bewitching and inescapable.

According to a press release, the foundation of the upcoming album stems from a piece Lindstrøm composed for Norway’s premier art centre, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. The album’s title was inspired by the 1970 Broadway musical, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.


“I felt totally unrestrained making this album,” Lindstrøm said in a statement. “I’ve listened to Robert Wyatt’s solo albums and his Matching Mole’s debut album a lot lately. It’s so effortless, fearless and free. And not insisting. I was very inspired by this.”

Lindstrøm’s last album It’s Alright Between Us as it is was released in 2017. His upcoming album On a Clear Day I Can See You Forever will drop October 11 via Smalltown Supersound.

Listen to “Really Deep Snow” below:


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