Missent to Denmark is an indie German band that has a remarkable sound and some seriously original songs. Founded in 2003, Missent to Denmark is comprised of Stephan Gillmeier, Robert Meier, Nicholas Sierig, Marcus Graasl, and Cico Beck, and together they have created a solid song collection. Here is a look at five of the best songs by Missent to Denmark yet, and enjoy a band that few in America have probably heard of, but should have.
The first song I ever heard by Missent to Denmark was “A Favour.” I was blown away by their unique sound, interesting collaboration between melody and harmony, and a seriously catchy beat. I first listened to this song in 2010, and it has been on several playlists ever since. “A Favour” is a highly unique song that combines atmospheric sounds, beautiful instrumental accompaniment, and a spot on vocal performance to create a song that is quite like no other.
“Where Are My Glasses?”
Another great song by Missent to Denmark is “Where Are My Glasses?” Featuring a somber, somewhat offbeat melody, atmospheric sounds, and a hypnotic beat, “Where Are My Glasses?” is definitely not at a lack of originality. For added entertainment value, be sure to check out the animated music video for “Where Are My Glasses?”
“Once In A Year”
“Once in A Year” is another great song by Missent to Denmark. This is a lovely song with soothing vocals, whimsical melody, and a slowly evolving tempo that builds into a sweet song that shouldn’t be missed. “Once in A Year” is definitely one of my personal favorites by Missent to Denmark.
“In My Room”
A true standout song for Missent to Denmark is “In My Room.” “In My Room” has a different tone to it than many of the band’s other songs have. This song has a beautiful swaying melody, top notch vocals, and overall is a seriously catchy piece. I cannot help but feel my mood uplift whenever I listen to this song. Be sure to also check out the music video for “In My Room.”
“Pieces of Gold”
Last, but certainly not least, “Pieces of Gold” is a lovely song by Missent to Denmark. The song is soothing, with a slow paced tempo, beautiful vocals, and is a joy to listen to. “Pieces of Gold” definitely deserves way more radio air time than it currently receives.
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