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
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
The drama will be making its return to the streaming service in the near future.
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