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Danish-Faroese musician Supervisjón's debut album "Fast Trakk" explores footwork and juke with Faroese poet Lív Maria Róadóttir Jæger's vocals.

The album follows the release of recent singles "At Skeldast," "At Taka Lán," and "At Telda," "Fast Trakk" is a ten-track LP that showcases Supervisjón's distinctive take on footwork and juke, with each track featuring heavily processed vocal samples from Faroese poet Lív Maria Róadóttir Jæger. What makes this project unique is that the lyrics are in Faroese, one of the smallest languages in the world. "Fast Trakk" is an intensely physical and visceral exploration of daily life's ups and downs.

Prior to the album, the single "At Skeldast" delved deep into visceral emotions, pondering the concept of "cosmic anger" and why we find ourselves in conflict with our loved ones. Earlier tracks from the LP, such as "At Taka Lan" (to get a loan) and "At Telda" (to computer), addressed themes like financial stability, unemployment, the mundane aspects of work, and technology's impact on our lives. Supervisjón shares,

"The album has been shaped by both lived life and live concerts. It's a very personal project inspired by audiences and existential questions. I am very excited to finally be able to share this with the world."

"Fast Trakk" is a unique and introspective exploration of music and language, offering a fresh perspective on the challenges of modern life through the lens of Faroese culture and daily experiences.

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