It's a finely honed return from the Copenhagen songwriter...

Copenhagen's Chorus Grant works on feeling.

Each session is different, but it's also the same - gather the right people, focus on the right song, and let the tapes roll.

What follows is entirely natural, an extremely organic approach that results in some genuinely gorgeous songwriting.

New album 'Vernacular Music' will be released later this year, and it follows work as a base in his native Copenhagen.

A song about letting go, 'Give It A Name' takes pride of place on the record, and it's a bold preview from the Danish artist.

Amid that cyclical guitar line and the sparse but warm arrangement lies an affecting slice of lyricism, dwelling on Autumnal tones.

Recorded all in one night at the Sauna Studios in Copenhagen with producer and friend Nis Bysted, it's a crisp, fresh-sounding return from a vivid songwriter.

Tune in now.

'Vernacular Music' will be released on September 27th through Tambourhinoceros.

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