On April 25th we played a concert at the Centraltheater in Leipzig right after the premiere of “Gewalten”.
We’ve made the music for this play and it was an amazing evening! You can find some pictures of it in our brand new gallery section over here.
We also have two shows ahead in May together with Dogs Run Free: On the 17th at the KITO in Bremen and on the 19th at CINE-K in Oldenburg. Hope to see you there! More dates for summer ahead… stay tuned!
As a part of “Leipziger Festspiele” the play “Gewalten” directed by Sascha Hawemann will be staged at the Arena in the Centraltheater. We produced the music for this play and Günther will also perform songs live on stage!
At the night of the premier on April 25th we will also play an acoustic show with ear at the Festival Lounge. This might be our last show before Sebastian Hartmann and his staff will leave the Theater.
Here are the dates for “Gewalten”:
Do, 25.04., 20.00 Uhr, Festspielarena
Fr, 26.04., 20.00 Uhr, Festspielarena
Sa, 27.04., 22.00 Uhr, Festspielarena
So, 28.04., 20.00 Uhr, Festspielarena
we’re thrilled to announce our first live dates since the OUT IN THE OPEN release concert last November!
First, we’ll make a double return to our beloved Dortmund: on February 28, we will be at Subrosa as part of the 3klang festival hosted by Hannes Weyland. Also performing will be “Sander” and “Und Wieder Oktober”. Note, this show will start at 7pm!
On March 1, we will play at Salon Fink (Nordmarkt). This show will start at 8:30 pm.
Our first Berlin show since the release of OUT IN THE OPEN will take at the Intersoup (Schliemannstrasse, Prenzlauer Berg) on March 16 at 8:30pm.
Meanwhile, the first reviews for OUT IN THE OPEN have started coming in. Click on the links below to read more!
“Out In The Open” erfreut als angenehm unaufgeregter, fein ausgestalteter Singer-Songwriter-Pop. In den starken Momenten ist “Out In The Open” ein besonders warmes, auch gesanglich außerordentlich empathisches Album mit subtilem Pep. Es ist eine Scheibe, die fokussiert driftet, Polaroids des Ungewissen knipst.”
OUT IN THE OPEN Review @ Lie In The Sound