Fredrikstad, Norway Indie Pop band Remington Super 60 share new track ‘Fake Crush’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the artists
Photo: Courtesy of the artists

Norwegian producer-songwriter Christoffer Schou founded Remington Super 60 in late 1998. Last week, on my birthday (November 15), the ever-evolving band released a mellow track called, ‘Fake Crush’. It is about what the title suggests: having a fake crush on someone. The extended play is set to release on January 24, 2020. Listen to the soothing track below.

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The band has released several albums and EPs on various indie labels around the world and appeared on numerous compilation albums since its early start. The new material is released on Christoffer’s own label: Café, Superstar Recordings. Now, Remington Super 60 consists mainly of Christoffer Schou and Elisabeth Thorsen with a little help from long-time collaborator Magnus Abelsen.



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