A little winterlude – for winter is coming. Enjoy!
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Here’s a snippet of a guitar line, that Chris added to our new song ‘Small Town’. Enjoy!
Back in 2012 we did a small photo shoot with Michael Koch and Lan Weidenfelder. The shooting took place in Bonn and Duesseldorf. The picture above was taken in a carpentry in Bonn.
Thank you Mick and Lan for the great photos!
Recently we recorded Downstairs – another new song for our upcoming album, which requires a rough and sturdy sound. To achieve that we temporarily moved into a club in Bonn – the Kult 41 – where we also played a concert earlier this year. An awesome place with boomy acoustics, excellently brewed coffee and most friendly folks. Like being home in a way.
The recording session has also been filmed. Check back soon for the upcoming video clip.
Thank you Eva of Kult 41 for providing that perfectly matching location. Thank you Stefan and Maurice for running back and forth and around us with cameras and tripods. And thank you Susan for taking photos of the day downstairs.
See you soon!
… or back to the seventies…
In 2011 we had the pleasure to record an acoustic version of ‘Watch You Sleep’ at Maarwegstudio2 in Cologne. Now we returned to this inspiring venue to work on new songs for our next album. Wooden floors, cork covered walls, cozy couches next to the grand piano and Cologne’s finest coffee flowing like streams of milk and honey…
Click here to enjoy a 360 degree view of our session.
At the moment we are working on new songs for our first full-length studio album. We are recording on several locations in and around Duesseldorf. The song “Broken Glass” (snippet above) was recorded at Medienverband Duesseldorf, where we played a private studio concert earlier this year. Enjoy!
On 17th of March 2012 we played a private studio concert at Medienverband Düsseldorf.
Thanks to Uli Klingel for providing a fantastic location on such short notice.
This is a clip of us rehearsing “Watch You Sleep” – one of our new songs.
Thank you Stefan, Julian, Niko and Alex for the excellent work you did!
Documentary of a recording session at Maarweg Studio 2 in Cologne on May 30, 2011.
We recorded an acoustic version of our new song “Watch You Sleep” using almost exclusively AEA ribbon microphones.
Recently we recorded an acoustic version of ‘Watch You Sleep’ – one of our new songs – at Maarwegstudio 2 in Cologne. The mixing and mastering work is done now! Thanks to Julian David at Hemisphere Studios/L.A. and Alex Kloss at Timetools Mastering/Hannover!
Have a look at some photos of the recording session and listen to the full length track!
A few weeks ago, on the 30th of May, we recorded an acoustic version of a new song called ‘Watch You Sleep’ at Maarwegstudio 2 in Cologne.
We worked with Julian David from AEA, a high class ribbon microphone manufacturer from Pasadena/California, and Wolfgang Stach, a producer and engineer from Cologne.
On 30th of April 2011 we released our debut EP “Vernal Fall” at Café Freiraum in Düsseldorf. Big thanks to all the helping hands who made this wonderful evening possible! Thank you Brian for excellent tunes after the concert! And thank you to all of you for being a part of it! It has been a pleasure!
Have a look at some photos!
On 30th of April we are going to play our first concert as a band. This is also the release of our debut EP “Vernal Fall”. Join us!
Café Freiraum, Josef-Gockeln-Str.9, 40474 Düsseldorf
Opening: 8.00pm – free entrance
David with Chris Bauer, Claus Schulte, Niko Faust and Philipp Gosch rehearsing for their upcoming release concert.
Many thanks to recording engineer Julian Klapp and director Stefan Hill for doing such a great job!
In November 2010 we started rehearsing in Bonn and Düsseldorf. While on ‘Vernal Fall’ nearly every instrument was recorded separately, this was the first time for us to play the songs together as a band.
Have a look at some photos!
Over the year 2010 we recorded ‘Vernal Fall’ in various studios in and around Düsseldorf. Have a look at some photos of the recording sessions!