Electro-pop duo The Green Children have premiered a new track from their forthcoming album Connection entitled "Norwegian Dream." The song is a derivative work of the instrumental hit "Crockett's Theme" (Miami Vice theme song), and is also the first Green Children track to feature vocals in Milla Sunde's native Norwegian tongue. The original track was produced by Jan Hammer and was a smash hit in the UK. Marlow Bevan and Milla Sunde recorded and produced their new album Connection while immersed in the Norwegian countryside, and the lyrics found in "Norwegian Dream" depict the natural mystique that influenced them.
The Green Children are gearing up for their album release show at The Roxy Theatre in Hollywood on July 20th, followed by the release of Connection on July 23rd. The album is currently available for pre-sale exclusively through Amoeba Music, and physical copies will also be available exclusively through Amoeba. All proceeds from The Green Children's album release show at The Roxy Theatre will go to Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica.
Listen to 'Norwegian Dream' here:
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