"Need In Me" video:
In their own words:
There is a light that never goes out. Shining, illuminant, glorious GusGus.
The title "Forever," the 5th GusGus studio album due (North America) April 2007, flew in from Moscow; one sharp cry out from the long queue waiting to get into the club where the GusGus DJ's were spinning black solids. "GusGus FOREVER!!" It has taken a handful of time to create FOREVER because GusGus is not God. GusGus is: Biggi Veira, Earth, President Bongo.
And they need more than 6 days to create the world that is this album.
GusGus once again throw into the flames a track by Daniel Agust "Moss", a superb addition to the magnificent vocal landscape of Earth. Pall Oskar, the discodiva # 1, lends his smooth voice on "Need In Me", as well as on "Hold You" with the Detroit fire Aaron-Carl. Omar Gudjonsson lays his calloused fingers over "You'll never Change" and inspires both President Bongo and Veiran to do handle their own guitar necks in "Forever". Also our very own "Professor" Ottarr Proppe pukes out the welcome words to "Forever". Mr. The President himself graces golden larynx through the track "If you don't jump, you're English" flashing rusted guitar samples from the everlasting Icelandic 80's punk band Purrkur Pillnikk and hammered power hi-hats by Helgi "HitHat" Helgason. The rest is history... Well... except for the remixing. That's part history and part future. These recombinitations and malnourished destructures were and are gonna be manhandled by Moonbootica, Diringer, Mark Bell, Thor, DMS, Patrick Chardronnet, Tim Deluxe, Jack Schidt, Greg Churchill and of course the in-house crew, Biggi Veira and the albino President Bongo.
GusGus was established in 1995. It started as a film/art/music collective group of 12, like the apostles, and through the years has narrowed down to the divine number of three. The Holy Trinity brings you FOREVER.
The first single from FOREVER was "Moss" featuring former GusGus lead singer, Daniel Moss, whose solo album "Swallowed A Star" is out now. (The guy on the 12" cover is GusGus sound engineer, Jon Skuggi.)