Wood Chips is the musical pseudonym of Danish producer and songwriter Andreas Asingh. People might be familiar with Andreas – he was previously known to the music world as Slowolf and made electronic music and collaborated with the likes of Raekwon and Kimbra.
It was a serious life threatening illness to his youngest son that made Andreas re-evaluate the life of his whole family, moving them from Copenhagen to live on a ranch in the Danish countryside. It was here he started to work on the music that would become Wood Chips, with debut EP ‘Karlo’ – named after his son – set to be released on the 30th March.
Having already released the track ‘Heartbeat’ from the EP, we can now premiere the video for new single ‘Come Home,’ filmed around his ranch in Denmark and featuring his son Karlo.
The video has been directed by Ian Isak, who has also worked with prominent fashion labels including Le Fix, who said of the video: “The video for ‘Come Home’ is an interpretation of the struggle a father goes through as his new born son fights his way back to life. The entire video is shot on location in the woods and fields surrounding Andreas’ ranch in the beautiful Danish countryside.”
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