Volbeat release two summer songs

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Danish rockers Volbeat released two new songs, “Wait A Minute My Girl” and “Dagen Før”, that were written and recorded during lockdown, with all members working remotely.

“As the weather begins to warm and the days get longer in many parts of the world, we wanted to share two songs that we wrote and recorded over these long, difficult fifteen months that have the vibe and feel of summer.

“We’re beyond thankful that even during a lockdown, our good friends Doug, Ray and Mia Maja were able to put the pedal to the metal with us on ‘Wait A Minute My Girl’, and we’re absolutely thrilled that Stine Bramsen, who we’ve known and admired for a long time, was willing to lend her incredible talents to ‘Dagen Før’.

“We hope you enjoy this double-barreled blast of summer tunes as much as we enjoyed creating them, and we can’t wait for you to hear what else we have in store for you. The fall always brings the thunder and lightning…”

There are two familiar names on “Wait A Minute My Girl”, since saxophone player Doug Corcoran and piano player Raynier Jacob Jacildo, had both appeared with Volbeat on 2019’s “Die To Live (feat. Neil Fallon)”. Plus, singer Mia Maja, who has worked with the band since “Seal The Deal & Let’s Boogie”, also appears on backing vocals. “Dagen Før” features guest vocals from Danish artist Stine Bramsen, who is known for her solo work as well as being a member of the band Alphabeat. The song, in the tradition of “The Garden’s Tale”, “Maybele I Hofteholder” and “For Evigt”, features both English and Danish lyrics, and marks the first commercially released song that features Stine singing in her native Danish.