NEW ALBUM NOV 10
The coming album contains 10 songs written during the pandemic, which gave the trio a whole new approach to songwriting.
Joy, downfall, love and loneliness are tackled both through music and lyrics, and the result is a fusion of minimalistic pop, cinematic ballads and warm, folky sounds.
Single 'Long distant planets' coming
Single 'When I run' coming Oct 13
Album 'Metropolitan Sky' coming Nov 10
Back in 2018 the Berlin based producer and composer Maxi Menot handpicked two of her favourite songwriters for what she thought would be a film music project. German/Egyptian Shary Osman and Danish Line Bøgh later proved to have a lot more in common than film music, and the three women formed “The Remaining Part”, a cinematic pop band with nordic and middle eastern influences.
Equal measures of catchy hook lines, melancholic beats and heartfelt poetry became the trio’s backbone along with two distinctive voices, that sound very different but yet compatible. “The Remaining Part” have since worked with Film Orchestra Babelsberg and their music have found its way into the American TV show ”Younger” and the German feature film “Die Wellenbrecherinnen”.
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“I discovered that I actually like to form my ideas in solitude before I show them to the others. I think the new album has a lot of strong individual contributions, because we worked separately ”, says Line.
When the three woman met in Berlin to record in late 2021, they had not seen each other for 1,5 years. “It was a very happy experience to meet up after such a long break. I felt we all had so many new things to bring, and so much energy to create again” says Shary.
In the process of making the album, Maxi found new ways of incorporating handplayed instruments into the soundscape. She upgraded her studio with a Grand Piano, different guitars, bows, and a calimba. “For me the album is the product of doing things differently. Of learning to let go of the things I don’t care about, and spend my time on what I really love - in this case, to play real instruments”, Maxi says.
studied orchestral music and music production and has been living and working as an independent composer and music producer in Berlin for nine years.
is an alternative/indie artist from Copenhagen, Denmark. She grew up in a musical home and together with her sister formed her first band "Line Bøgh", with which she recorded 3 albums.
A reviewer of the Danish newspaper "Fyens Stiftidende" wrote: "Line Bøgh is not afraid to challenge the conventional form and expression of pop music".
She grew up in a musical family in Cairo, later moving to Munich and began writing stories and making music. In 2005 she signed a major record deal and produced her first album which was never released. But she made her own way - the indie way and today works as a film music composer, singer, author, presenter and actress for more than 10 years.
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