Bands I Love: The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

I was first introduced to The Asteroids Galaxy Tour unknowingly via a commercial for the iPod touch in late 2008. I was hooked. Lead singer Mette’s voice is as unique as it is addictive. She and Lars, Miloud, Sven, Mads and Rasmus comprise the Danish performance band.

Around the Bend” quickly became my anthem for long workouts, drives and workdays. It permeated my ears on a constant loop, serving as a top 10 hit on my own iPod. The song’s feel-good quality kept me in high spirits through trying times, and I just had to hear what else they had in store.

Lucky for me, “The Golden Age” and “The Sun Ain’t Shining No More” are just as catchy. You’ve probably heard the former in clothing shops around town or in the Heineken commersh released earlier this year. The latter hasn’t made as huge an impact in the U.S., but I have no doubt that you’ll fall in love with it too.

Amy Winehouse and Katy Perry have each had AGT open for their respective tours. While Amy’s a trainwreck akin to LiLo, she certainly has a good ear for talent — and you can’t say a bad thing about Katy.

From upbeat melodies to frenetic pulsing rhythm, I can’t wait to see what they’ll put out next. Listen on, my friends.

Mette, et al., make Danish pop music look good.

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About Wittyburg

Sarcastic, sports-obsessed writer & FL native navigating SF.

3 responses to “Bands I Love: The Asteroids Galaxy Tour”

  1. rachel says :

    i mean, she even looks like a rockstar – me gusta this!

    • wittyburg says :

      I envy her easy coolness … my hair would look like a rat’s nest if I tried to do that to it. Glad you like — and thanks for reading, Rach!

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