Long Distance Calling: guarda il video di ‘Sharing Thoughts’

Di Daniele D'Adamo - 13 Agosto 2020 - 0:02
Long Distance Calling: guarda il video di ‘Sharing Thoughts’

Comunicato stampa (Inside Out Music Italy):

I LONG DISTANCE CALLING, una delle più note band tedesche di post-rock strumentale, hanno pubblicato nel mese di giugno il nuovo album “How Do We Want To Live?”, ancora una volta su Inside Out Music. La band ha anche preso parte al Wacken Worldwide, l’evento in streaming che ha tenuto incollati 11 milioni di metalhead allo schermo. I Long Distance Calling ci presentano un brano estratto da quel set, “Sharing Thoughts”

“How Do We Want To Live” è disponibile a questo link:
Ricordiamo artwork e tracklist:

1. Curiosity (Part 1)
2. Curiosity (Part 2)
3. Hazard
4. Voices
5. Fail/Opportunity
6. Immunity
7. Sharing Thoughts
8. Beyond Your Limits
9. True/Negative
10 Ashes

Il brano “Beyond Your Limits” continua la tradizione dei Long Distance Calling nel pubblicare un brano non strumentale. A prestare la voce questa volta è Eric A Pulverich dei Kyles Tolone.

The band comments: “We had a great time shooting our special show for WACKEN WORLD WIDE. Of course it was a bit weird to stare into cameras instead of real people´s eyes but we had fun doing it and it was a cool experience, especially with the beautiful video content behind us and the atmosphere of the studio. We feel we have reached a bunch of new people and this kind of event during these difficult times shows that creativity is blooming the most when it´s needed the most. LOVE LDC”

Following a successful appearance at Dong Open Air in Germany, the band have announced 3 further special, socially-distanced, outdoor shows for 2020:
05.09.2020 DE-Bremen, Zollkantine OpenAir
26.09.2020 DE-Munich, Backstage Kultursommer in der Stadt
27.09.2020 CH-Aarau, KiFF

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, LONG DISTANCE CALLING have rescheduled their September ‘Seats & Sounds’ German tour for September 2021.
25.02.21 Berlin Passionskirche
26.02.21 Dresden Lukaskirche
27.02.21 Leipzig Ankeroff
01.03.21 Mannheim Capitol
02.03.21 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle Club
03.03.21 Stuttgart Mozartsaal
04.03.21 Bochum Christuskirche
05.03.21 Köln E-Werk
27.03.21 München St. Matthäus Kirche
29.03.21 Hannover Pavillon
30.03.21 Hamburg Kleine Elbphilharmonie (sold out)