Danish Avant-Pop Sensation Fallulah Premieres Video for US Debut Single ‘Out of It’ with IFC

By on June 30, 2012

 Danish Avant-Pop Sensation Fallulah Premieres Video for US Debut Single ‘Out of It’ with IFC 

“Fallulah will surely join the ranks of Bat for Lashes, Jenny Wilson and Marina & the Diamonds, as part of the new emerging wave of proud, bold and adventurous female pop artists.” – MTV


Danish avant-pop artist Fallulah (aka Maria Apetri) has premiered the new video for “Out of It” off her debut full-length The Black Cat Neighbourhood, out on August 21 with MBM Records. Watch the video, which was directed by John Kenn, at IFC or Vimeo. Fallulah first made a name for herself when this single was featured on Danish national television, and subsequently became the #1 download on Danish iTunes for several weeks. ‘Out of It’ is available now at iTunes alongside three remixes by Clique, Copenhagen DJ/producerChameo, and Monsieur Adi, whose reworked tracks by Madonna, Ellie Goulding, and Chiddy Bang among others. 
Fallulah was born to a Danish mother and Romanian choreographer father, and spent much of her childhood performing with gypsy dancing tours throughout the Balkans and Eastern Europe. Tinged with a hint of folklore, her vibrant pop songs have become an overnight sensation in Denmark, and continue to gain momentum throughout Europe. Her genre-bending pop has won praise from Billboard and Hollywood Reporter, and MTV. Mark Ronson played “I Lay My Head” on East Village Radio and Fallulah performed during an on-air interview with Larry Flick at Sirius Radio. After performances at SXSW ’12 and CMJ ’11, Fallulah will return to the US this fall in support of The Black Cat Neighbourhood. Dates to be announced shortly.   
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