Trust's darkly alluring strain of pop is on full display on "Heaven," taken from debut album TRST. Icy oscillating synths charged full of nightly dissonance are bulked out with a lethargic hi-hat heavy bounce. The Petra Collins-directed video focuses on the emotive side of the track, the feeling of isolation, as it cross cuts between Robert Alfons walking down the street in a dreamlike trance and various scenarios - in a dark club, trapped behind a glass wall, falling from a bridge, the rapidly altering scenes furthering the feeling of loneliness and Alfons' self-imprisonment.
The single will be released digitally January 21st.
Having played with the likes of DFA 1979, Crystal Castles, The Faint and Glass Candy, to name a few, Trust now returns with a string of live shows in the UK and Europe.
Heaven (Cloudland Mix)
Sulk (Sir Stephen Hips Mix)
UPCOMING LIVE DATES
4 - Queerbeat Festival, Vienna, Austria
5 - Queerbeat Festival, Munich, Germany
9 - Spot, Poznan, Polant
10 - 1500m2, Warsaw Poland
11 - Salon, Istanbul, Turkey
15 - Berghain, Berlin, Germany
16 - Uebel & Gefahlich, Hamburg, Germany
18 - Romandie, Lausanne,
19 - Palace, St Gallen,
21 - Le Sonic, Lyon, France
22 - Le Point Ephemere, Paris, France
23 - I-Boat, Bordeaux, France
24 - Pole Etudiant, Nantes, France
25 - L'Ubu, Rennes, France
26 - La Peniche, Lille, France
31 - Electrowerkz, London, UK
1 - Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
2 - Brudenell, Leeds, UK
4 - AB, Brussels, Belgium
6 - Trouw, Amsterdam, Holland
7 - Spillestedet Stengade, Copenhagen, Denmark
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