Downton Abbey’s Allen Leech Stars In Gripping New Tensnake Video “See Right Through”

And now for something a little bit echo-ey.

TensnakeWith his debut Astralwerks release – two-track single 58 BPM / See Right Through” feat. Fiora – out now, Tensnake (aka German DJ, producer, and Mirau label-head Marco Niemerski) unveils new details on the single’s upcoming remix bundle and his forthcoming artist album. (Check out the music above the post title, you can stream while you listen).

“See Right Through” is a sumptuous deep house offering co-written by Tensnake and Tasmanian-born, Berlin based singer Fiora. Shot in the depths of the Yorkshire dales featuring Downton Abbey‘s Allen Leech, the video is a powerful interpretation of Bonnie & Clyde with a modern-day twist. Best known for his character Tom Branson, Leech gets back behind the wheel in this gritty tale of murder and lust with a bloody ending. Set against a backdrop of light-headed atmospheric bass infused with the soul-drenched vocals of Fiora, the track reflects the love story acted out so passionately by Leech.

The “58 BPM / See Right Through” two-track single marks Niemerski’s signing to Astralwerks Records, a label with a well-deserved reputation for nurturing ground breaking electronic artists. Both tracks will feature on Tensnake’s upcoming debut artist album, which will feature collaborations with the likes of Nile Rodgers, Stuart Price, Jamie Lidell and more to be announced.

A “58 BPM / See Right Through” remix bundle is set for release October 15th – with a stellar cast of remixers including “See Right Through” remixes from Medlar and Toyboy and Robin. The remix bundle will also feature Niemerski’s own interpretation of 58 BPM under the Todd Edwards-inspired moniker Toddsnake.

Tensnake upcoming tour dates:

Oct 31 – Mezzanine – San Francisco, CA

Nov 3 – Hard Fest Day of The Dead – Los Angeles, CA

Nov 7 – Concorde Music Hall – Chicago, IL

Nov 8 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC

Nov 9 – Verboten – Brooklyn, NY


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2 Responses

  1. This is interesting, it actually makes me wonder if Downton Abbey is any good.

  2. scrInk says:

    Lol. There are a lot of people who have watched that show but honestly I have only heard about it. Although the cult following it seems to have is pretty intense.