In the beginning of 2010 Tina received two Robert Awards from the Danish Film Academy for her music for the feature film “Oldboys”.
A couple of days later she performed live with Danish pop comet Medina at the Zulu Awards.
In March she went to Bristol to record a track for the soundtrack for Hollywood blockbuster “Clash Of The Titans” together with Massive Attack sound-smith Neil Davidge. The song is called “The Storm That Brought You To Me”.
The same month she went to Iceland to record the song “Welcome Back Colour” with Helgi Jonsson. It came out in Denmark in June as the first single from the album by the same name and has been a big hit on national radio.
At the beginning of June she played four sold out shows at Danish Radio’s Concert Hall with the Danish National Chamber Orchestra.
One of the concerts was aired live.
In June she performed at the Queen’s 70th Birthday at Århus Stadium.
During the summer she played The Green Tour with full band. The shows were far more energetic and outgoing than before and it was clearly a hint at the upcoming colourful release.
In August she played her biggest solo show to date at the opening of Århus Festival week.
“Welcome Back Colour”, Tina’s 7th album, came out in Germany on September 24th and in Denmark on September 27th.
UK and US releases will follow in the beginning of 2011.
The album is mainly a compilation – a mixture of her biggest radio songs, 5 new songs and an extra CD with brand new acoustic recordings of old, new, well known and not so known tracks, as well as duets. 27 tracks in total.
Tina tells that after her return to Denmark for the first time in many years she’s had the time and space to think about where she’s been geographically and musically over the past ten hectic years.
And that’s why it feels like the right time to sum up, enjoy the colours of the first chapter of a successful career and at the same time start a new.