Review by Rob Peoni

Fresh Track: Foyn Trio “Dementor”

by @thoughtontracks

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Foyn Trio is a Danish and Norwegian pop group led by female vocalist Live Foyn Friis. The group released their debut LP Joy Visible late last year on new Norwegian imprint Finito Bacalao Records. It was a solid first effort that showcased Friis vocal prowess while allowing her two partners, guitarist Alex Jonsson and contrabassist Jens Mikkel Madsen, to improvise around her. Joy Visible had the feeling of a stripped-down version of the now defunct indie pop group Slothpop.

Foyn Trio returned with a new single last month. On “Dementor“, the group trades their bare bones jazz-infused approach of their debut for a bigger electro-pop sound. Listen to “Dementor” along with “Make Me Happy” from Joy Visible below for a comparison of the two styles. Download “Dementor” from iTunes.

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Written by Rob Peoni
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