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In times of global turmoil, PRISMA brings renewed thoughtfulness into their multi-coloured noise pop. The long-awaited debut album by the acclaimed Danish sisters is out today along with the grandiose new single, 'Lost'.


Everything can seem incredibly unsafe, unmanageable and confusing living in times of war and political and economic instability while nature continues to suffer. But amongst the youth, conversations have become deeper, more meaningful and honest. As a riot of thoughtfulness in the midst of chaos, new music sparked between sisters, Sirid and Frida Møl Kristensen – 11 new PRISMA-songs with a narrative of identity, about courage and wonder but most of all about restoring belief in a brighter future.

“The different states we wanted to portray resonate with the album’s genesis. Through alternating soundscapes and tempos every song became a small intimate short story - adventurous or personal letters to an unknown recipient. They are musical fragments, gut feelings, snapshots, intuitions and at the same time the album has a shared mantra; how every movement and energy is connected to the bigger picture and affects the world we live in. It’s quite complex yet very simple,” Sirid and Frida tell about the making of ‘Something To Respond To’.

In many ways, PRISMA echoes the Greek meaning of the word: something with a sharp edge! It’s multicolored noise pop – like a reinvention of new rave with angelic vocal harmonies on top of fuzzy electric guitars!

Their unique sound is literally something to respond to and songs like ‘I Never Wanted To Meet You’, ‘Villians of the Night’ and ‘Kingdom’ have been praised by numerous influential media outlets around the World. In Denmark, PRISMA has become one of the most renowned new acts claiming a Danish Music Award as “Best New Live Artist” in 2022 and the prestigious Carl Prisen as “Best Rock Composers” of 2023.



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