Nonsens unleashes their latest single “Poison”.
Following up their Monstercat debut, “Heroes” featuring Tobias Stenkjaer, the trio increase the pace by showcasing a track booming with energy and bass. As Nonsens has exemplified, their music knows no boundaries as they continue to release tracks ranging from future bass to dubstep. With more coming our way, we are excited to see where Nonsens takes us next!
Nonsens, made up of Anton, Jens and Rasmus have left their mark on both the Danish and American electronic music scene. A group of childhood friends from the island of Bornholm developed into something greater when their remix of M.I.A.’s “Bad Girls” was kicked off with support from none other than Jay Z and his Roc Nation label and earned them the support of 1 million plays right off the bat. Their debut album, “Apollo” was released in 2014 and featured their remix of the ever-popular MØ feat. Diplo “XXX 88” and the album received support from producers worldwide, proving that this trio was onto something special.
2016 was the breakthrough year for Nonsens. Focusing on their sound and creating a well-known style, Nonsens garnered the support of the artist’s by the likes of Randy Jackson, Major Lazer, DJ Snake, RL Grime, Diplo, The Chainsmokers and the list just goes on. The year ended with a feature on the Mad Decent “A Very Decent Christmas” that saw the Nonsens tune “Gungla” end up as no. 13 on the Billboard Dance Chart.
2018 was an absolute success for the trio, even more so than previous years as they have released the co-produced track “Jump” on the latest Major Lazer EP, co-produced for the new RL Grime album and released tunes on Mad Decent, Riotville and TWONK. 2018 also saw the start of their touring in the US and high demand on shows in Europe.
In 2019, Nonsens keep bringing their unique style of music and extremely captivating live shows to new places all over the world. They started off the year off by releasing ‘Heroes’ on Monstercat and recently released a collab with EDM superstars Yellow Claw. Big things are on their way and it certainly looks like 2019 is gonna be an exciting year for Nonsens!