Danish electro pop group When Saints Go Machine released their second album, 'Konkylie', in May 2011 on '!K7 Records'. Their new single, 'Kelly', is their latest to be taken from their new album.
The video for 'Kelly' was directed by Maj Rafferty and stars young Danish ballroom dancers, Maria Louise Hougesen and Marius Andersen, as two young dancers rehearsing for the show, however, the pretty young girl is distracted by her much older dance teacher and fantasises about dancing with him instead. The whole video has a cute, polished feel about it, much like the song 'Kelly'.
The four members that make up When Saints Go Machine are: Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild (vocals); Jonas Kenton (keyboards); Simon Muschinsky (keyboards) and Silas Moldenhawer (drums). Although their sound could be described as dance pop, there are elements of almost every music genre tucked away in their songs, ranging from electronica to the more diverse punk rock.
When Saints Go Machine will be supporting 'Apparat' on their UK tour from the end of September and throughout October; the full dates are as follows:
Wednesday 28th September - C.A.M.P, London
Sunday October 16th - the Haunt, Brighton
Monday October 17th - the Wardrobe, Leeds
Tuesday October 18th - Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Wednesday October 19th - the Arches, Glasgow
Thursday October 20th - Koko, London
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