Oslo quartet Das Body explores the concept of self-confidence within the confines of a carefully constructed alter ego on “Baby, you know I’m a stranger,” a captivating production rooted in dark hooks floating over rhythmic sonics.
Delving into how love and close relationships only thrive boxed in by the markings of an alternate persona, the track ruminates on what true self-confidence looks like.
An anthem that offers a refreshing departure from the band’s trademark pop stylings, the Nordic electronica-tinged track showcases a blend of vintage synths, danceable beats and powerful vocals from Ellie Linden to strike a balance between a sense of fearless and tinges of underlying pain.
Described by the band as a “celebration of the new sound,” they’ve cultivated, the track which offers a glimpse of their new album is infused with gritty yet punchy energy that Das Body has made their own during live performances.
With this electrifying offering the four-piece manage to evoke intense emotions that leave us wanting more of them.