O Future – “And You’re Mine”

Surreal Video Accompanies O Future’s Affectionate Single, “And You’re Mine” Off Forthcoming Immaculate EP Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Don’t confuse the vibes on the newest O Future track for evil; on the contrary, it’s overwhelmed by love. The LA-based duo, comprised of Katherine Mills Rymer originally from South Africa and Jens Bjornkjaer of Denmark, is known for producing music with a deep undertow, pulling … Continue reading O Future – “And You’re Mine”

O Future – “Control the Rain”

O Future Is the Master of the Storm in New Video for “Control the Rain” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  On November 15, O Future dropped their latest album, Voyeur, and today the band reveals a music video for the dreamy single, “Control the Rain.” The duo, comprised of Katherine Mills Rymer and Jens Bjornkjaer, also once known as OOFJ, forge electronic compositions like no one … Continue reading O Future – “Control the Rain”

Humor balances the disturbing in O Future’s new video Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  O Future are back with a video to accompany their song, ‘Smell You’, which is an excellent representation of their left-field brilliance. Not that they are shy about it. The band formerly known as OOFJ has made and starred in—and earned praised for—many curious clips throughout their … Continue reading

New single from O Future, ‘Smell You’, is a bizarrely intimate request Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  You haven’t really been in love if you have never felt awkward about your advances. Katherine Mills Rymer and Jens Bjornkjaer, the couple that comprises O Future, speak from experience on their new single. “Smell You” comes on the heels of the band’s first … Continue reading

O Future Demonstrate Devotion Through Immobility in New Video for “Stay” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Eventually, a song will be written for every subject; today marks the release of one about medieval anchorite nuns. The new single from O Future (formerly OOFJ) is called “Stay,” referring to the vows of immobility taken by those who dedicated their lives completely to their faith. The band’s music … Continue reading