Copenhagen-based label Norse Projects has launched its “Field Study” series, celebrating the small-towns and backroads of Denmark and surrounding Scandinavian countries. The series was launched in response to lockdown measures across the world, which reduced opportunities for travel, and Norse Projects’ desire to showcase where the brand comes from, through sights and sounds of these places.
Each of the field studies will consist of field recordings, interviews and impressions, eventually combining to form a series of local guides for people heading to the area. As well as imagery of the location, Norse Projects is also releasing all of its field recordings for public use.
The first installment of the series shines a spotlight on the Danish town of Holbæk and the nearby area. Take a look at the imagery from the Field Study in the gallery above, and visit the Norse Projects site for the full project.
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