ÄTNA have dropped their experimental new alt-pop tune, ‘Smile’

It's "dry yet dubby, ballad-esque yet beat driven," the pop duo say of the track.
Photo credit: Josefine Schulz

ÄTNA have dropped their experimental new alt-pop tune, ‘Smile’.

Out now via Humming Records, the track arrives with a brand new video, and follows their recent collaborations on Solomun’s ‘Tuk Tuk’ and ‘Weirdo’ with 11-piece techno marching band Meute.

They explain of the clip: “In the music video for ‘Smile’, we go new ways this time and escape to a place between dream and disturbance, where a fleeting smile distorts space and time. Echoes from the future become déjà vu. Hypnotic and intangible. Unsurprisingly, our new song comes as a surprise; dry yet dubby, ballad-esque yet beat driven – a strive for acceptance of dark passengers who will always be a part of the whole.”

Check it out below.

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