To mark the release of their new instrumental -only album 'Forsaken Cowboy, Röyksopp joined forces with acclaimed comedian and music-aficionado Adam Buxton for a special one-off BUG night at The British Film Institute (BFI) on Friday 11th February.
Showing a big-screen retrospective of the band's output in moving image, including standout works such as ‘Remind Me’, ‘Eple’ and ‘Happy Up Here’, this unique BUG show took a thorough look back over the band’s career and their creative collaborations with directors such as Martin de Thurah, H5 and Andreas Nilsson.
"We feel honoured to have a Bug night all to ourselves. We have worked with many talented directors over the years, including the great Andreas Nilsson, and it was very exciting to see these films on the big screen for the first time. We are really, really humbled by all of this." Torbjørn Brundtland commented on the eve of their presentation.
The night was brilliant and inspiring to say the least!
The album is out now and the new single 'Forsaken Cowboy' will be out on the 27th of February.
By Andreas Menelaou Features Assistant