Jeppe “Senior” Laursen was one-half of outrageous Danish pop duo Junior Senior — the last mentioned half, to become precise; he was the high homosexual counterpart to pint-sized directly guy Jesper “Junior” Mortensen. When the group disbanded in Sept 2008 after ten years of getting cheer to dancefloors worldwide, and after a set of albums that fulfilled, respectively, with popular success and irritating label setbacks, both associates already had brand-new tasks in the functions. In Laursen’s case, his single bow was included with a cover of Great Teen Cannibals’ “Johnny GET BACK” in Apr 2008, accompanied by the anthemic primary “Big Boy” that Oct; both signaled a far more muscular strategy that was somewhat much less giddy than Junior Senior’s gleeful frivolity (though definitely not much less exuberantly danceable), using a intensely ’80s-indebted sensibility having to pay tribute to Laursen’s heroes Marc Almond and Depeche Setting. Structured intermittently in Berlin, LA, and Korsbaek, Denmark, Laursen spent a lot of this period vacationing the globe, DJing, collecting classic electronic musical equipment, and focusing on monitors with close friends. In January 2009, Jeppe’s melody “Lucky Boy” — slated to become his first public discharge — was chosen being a finalist to represent Denmark for the reason that year’s Eurovision competition.