Sebastian war zu Gast im Fritz Unsigned-Studio und hat sich mit Bruno Dietl über unser neues Album „Until Morning Comes Again“ unterhalten. Das ganze Gespräch über den Produktionsprozess, Publikums- und Bühnenekstase sowie die schaurige Schönheit des DIY-Bookings kann man sich hier noch einmal anhören:
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Ladies and men, gentlefriends and animals! Our debut album „Until Morning Comes Again“ ist out today and ready for streaming in this cute little world wide thing! After all the time spent to finally make this happen we’re still not sure if it’s real…but it seems to be. Enjoy listening, and see you on tour next week!
This one is about falling and standing up again, about taming the wild animal that is your fear, and we couldn’t be prouder about the work of director Michal Klich. Have fun watching our song being magically translated into body language by Virginia Eckleben.
While some will add „Wonderful Place“ to their positivity playlists, others might put it into their collection of apocalypse songs. We accept both! 😊😱 But anyway, yout might have watched the video for the first single of our upcoming record on YouTube – now it’s on Spotify, too! 🍷
Time is and has always been a weird companion, and sometimes it doesn’t take full shape before you have reached a certain point of letting go. After a long way of taking steps back and forth and back, hours spent in the rehearsal room and studio, after and forth again, we seem to have reached such a point and the release of our debut album is finally within reach. And here we go, this is the first official flickering, our first single ‚Wonderful Place‘.
And here it comes…
Ladies and Gentlemen, here it is – the first draft of a November Me tour timetable for the year of the pig. We’ve been spending too much time in our planning basement and really can’t wait a second longer to sing our hearts out again…and it would be our greatest pleasure to find you shouting along in our choir. See you there, soulies!
Finally (and when I listen to my restless inner voice the word is not an exaggeration at all) the time has come for me to lift the curtains for something new. Something I sometimes have been doubting to see the light of day at some point…but now I see my doubts fading into the sky like slowly floating balloons. After such a long journey I can’ttell anymore, if it’s good or not, but what I’m sure about is, that I love it. So this is first sign of life of a record, that is going to be released in May, a song called „Wonderful Place“. Or at least…here’s a teaser for it, the full video will air on March 12.
How can I ever get tired of singing „Leopard“ if the choir of you is growing louder and louder everytime? Thanks to René Neumann for offering his living room stage, and all listeners who came to listen and sing your lungs out with us! See you on November 22 at Musik und Frieden or on November 29 at Dodo!
The year is moving so fast and while I’m still working on my first full length album every once in while the memory of my nervous performance in Belgrade creeps into my mind. I’m so grateful that this has been shot.
What can I say about Belgrade? I haven’t been surprised and enchanted by a city in such a way for a long time. Four days of mapless walking, walking and walking the streets of the Serbian capital, getting lost and finding myself somewhere unexpected, breathing the sometimes rough and then again quaint but always honest charme of Beograd ended up in a beautiful night at Sofar Sounds Belgrade. Of all people I met on this crazy trip I want to firstly thank Mandy and Marko, the lovely leaders of the Sofar team there, who not only organized an unforgettable night but took me out for drinks the nights prior to the concert and answered all of my annoyingly curious questions about everything – such good souls, whom I will not forget. Now that I’m back I’m already missing it, and hope to be back soon…
Pic by: Bogdan Marley Golubovic