Camille Jones’ brand new Danish single Tro, Håb & Kærlighed is out now in Denmark as well as worldwide on many download portals! Translated into English the song means “Faith, Hope and Love”. It’s an uptempo electropop song with an emotional touch. It quickly became a hit on Danish radio: #14 on the Airplay Charts.
So purchase your copy now!
Listen to a preview:
Listen to Camille’s interview on Radio ABC:
Last but not least, watch Camille’s live performance on Danish TV:
And here’s an interview with 3/4 of the Sjus-crew (Camille, Ida Corr & Kato) at MTV Denmark’s Transistor.
Watch a new interview for MTV Denmark’s “Transistor”. Click the picture to see two videos.
Camille will be performing in Holstebro, Denmark tonight alongside Kato, Ida Corr, Johnson, Clemens, Jon Norgaard, Brandon Beal and Lina Rafn (Infernal) at Kato’s Discolized 2.0 Tour.
Prior to the concert, Camille did a short interview for Dagbladet. She speaks about Holstebro, the tour and her favourite music at the moment.
In her latest interview with Alt For Damerne Camille shares her ways of how to live a healthy life.
She never eats ketchup, butter and remoulade and sometimes she spends an “indulge day” at the spa with her friend. Camille loves to hear the comedy radio show Sproghjørnet (Language Corner, DR) during her workout at the fitness center.
But she also reveals that she can’t resist her selfmade Spaghetti with a glass of redwine – Camille has to cook this dish at least one time in a week!
Read the original article (Danish) here.
Last week Camille appeared on the Danish TV-show “Lounge” to promote her new album. She also talked about her new music video as well as life in London and New York. Watch the video below:
Last sunday DR Radio P3 broadcasted a new edition of the morning show “Hængepartiet”. Camille was a guest on the show! Listen to the interview (two parts) below (in Danish):
Camille appeared on tonight’s Danish TV-Show “Go’ aften Danmark” with her friend (and video director for “The Streets“) Maya Albana to talk about the video shoot for The Streets. Click the photo and then jump forward to 9:00 min. to watch the video (in Danish language).