Tomas Høffding has everything he’s ever wished for in his life. He is happily in love. He is the singer and bassist of the trio WhoMadeWho, a band that, thanks to their tongue-in-cheek disco indie-rock and their enthusiastic shows, can always count on the raging applause of their international crowds. Together with a handful of friends, he owns an old farmer’s house in Sweden, into which he can retreat after exhausting tours and nerve-wrecking studio sessions.
Despite all of these perfect conditions, until recently, the man from Copenhagen was missing something that he created and defined on his very own. Something that would make him artistically independent of WhoMadeWho. Something to which his colleagues Jeppe Kjellberg and Tomas Barfod would, if at all, contribute nothing more than well-meant tips.