da 1250 CHF

Band - New Single "Light A Star" out NOW!!

Cosa offriamo

Ihre Songs bringen ins Schwitzen, zum Mitsingen, gar dazu, zu glauben. An etwas, das grösser ist als dieses Leben. Euphorie. Und dann geht das Licht an. Die Nacht ist vorbei. Und ein Lächeln auf dem Gesicht. Auch wenn niemand geschlafen hat.

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Numero di membri: 5

Lingue parlate: Tedesco, Inglese, Francese

Punto di partenza: Winterthur (CH)

Viaggiamo fino a: 400 km

Adatto per: Evento Club, Festival

Durata intrattenimento: da 1 ora

Impianto audio: Non l'abbiamo

Impianto luci: Non l'abbiamo

Prezzo da 1250 CHF fino a 5400 CHF

Termini di cancellazione: Standard

- Light A Star
- Goodbye
- Crazy
- No Faith No Tears
- Big Dice
- Wonders And Spells
- Caught In The Heat
- Jebediah
- Infinity
- Times
- Lonely Fight
- Sinocracy
- Chips
- Epilogue
- R.O.S.I.E
- Bow and Arrow
- Nemesis
- Free Fall
- Snooze
- Interlude
- Solitude
- So Nigh But So Far
- Free Fall
- Lorelei
- The Machine
- Underdogs
- Lines
- By Now
- Intergrown
- Crown And Carrier
- Grow Grow Grow
- Changing Moments
- Recolor
- Leave Me Alone
- Perfusion
- Salad Days
NECKLESS creates sounds that have never been heard before from Swiss bands. The band excels with catchy, grand and anthemic songs, borne by gut-slamming bass and guitar lines, and raised by spherical synthesizer sounds. Cleverly thought out drum beats and the charismatic vocals of lead singer Marcel Sprenger top off the massive sound of the quintet.

Music critics agree: the multifarious music of the young Swiss band is reminiscent of the conjuring nature of Muse and the theatricality of Queen. But they aren’t the only ones NECKLESS succeed to convince with the novel sound of their album “Perfusion” (March 2012): the band has straightaway made it into the playlists of major Swiss radio stations, was to the finals of the largest Swiss music competition, was chosen from the major Swiss music radio as best talent of August 2012 and had been invited to star in several TV shows all across the country.
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