The band Girls in Airports is based in Copenhagen and is one of the few young, Danish indie jazz bands that have established themselves internationally. In Germany, they are represented by the country’s leading jazz booking agency, Karsten Jahnke, and play at fully packed concert halls wherever they go. Their music has previously been released on the British label Edition Records, including the album ‘Live’ from 2017. The band has toured in countries such as the US, China, Brazil, and most of Europe.
The band consists of Martin Stender on saxophone, Mathias Holm on keyboards, Victor Dybbroe on percussion and Anders Vestergaard on drums.
Girls in Airports has been described as ‘a unique blend of Nordic jazz lyricism, indie-rock influences and sounds from around the world’. The Danish band is famous for their captivating soundscapes crossing musical genres and geographical borders. Combining jazz, indie and urban folk into a unique expression of heart stirring, melody-laden elegiac hooks and dance-friendly, globally-influenced rhythms. Featuring four of the most distinctive and creative musicians from the Danish music scene, Girls in Airports is one of the most vital experimental ensembles in Europe. With a coherent and unique sound, their music is both absorbing and powerfully emotive. The band’s charismatic live performances have quickly made them one of the most talked about new bands on the international scene.