The Sounds ger fredagen den 17 april en streamad konsert live från KB i hemstaden Malmö!
Med anledning av coronaviruset tvingas bandet att senarelägga sin USA-turné som skulle genomförts under april och maj. Men nu får fansen världen över ändå en chans att se en av jordklotets bästa liveakter med full produktion. Bandet kommer att, för första gången, spela låtar från det kommande albumet, ”Things We Do For Love” (släpp 12 juni), blandat med hits från sina sex tidigare album. Konserten sänds live via bandet och arrangörernas sociala medier. På säkert avstånd och helt gratis.
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Konserten startar kl 21:00 svensk tid fredagen den 17 april och följs av en kort Q&A.
Swedish indie-rockers The Sounds will perform a full free concert which will be broadcast live ”Safe and Sound” from the legendary KB in their hometown of Malmö, Sweden on Friday April 17th, 2020. They will be performing and debuting songs from their new album Things We Do For Love (out June 12), their first in 7 years, including their new singles ”Things We Do For Love” and ”Safe and Sound”, along with a full production concert of fan favorites from their previous 6 albums that you can dance and rock out to while safely social distancing at home.
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 worldwide crisis, The Sounds have been forced to postpone their entire North American tour planned to take place April/May and reschedule to September/October 2020, as well as all of their other concerts and festivals around the world. This has left a void for fans who were so excited to see the band perform and they had been searching for a way to reach their large global fan- base while the world is forced to be “staying in”. That’s when their hometown venue KB reached out to run an idea by them. After some discussions the band was invited to come and perform a concert on their infamous stage to perform a full production concert that will be broadcast live via the band and the venue’s social media websites, along with a group of media partners and fans in territories around the world who will all simultaneously livestream the concert. It was very important to the band that the concert could be watched for free rather than through a pay-per-view or behind a pay wall so that all of their fans could access the concert.
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