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German band Isolation Berlin to perform in Vietnam
The Saigon Times Daily
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German band Isolation Berlin to perform in Vietnam

The Saigon Times Daily

Isolation Berlin will host a number of concerts across Vietnam early next month - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER

HCMC - As part of their Southeast Asia tour, German band Isolation Berlin will perform at several venues in major cities of Vietnam from November 1 to November 10.

In Vietnam, Isolation Berlin will play five concerts, which are slated for November 1 and 3 in Hanoi, November 6 in Danang, November 7 in Hue, and November 10 in HCMC.

The concerts come along with interactive workshops and talks. German learners from the PASCH partner schools, universities and Goethe-Institutes will get the chance to meet and communicate with the musicians.

Since their formation in 2012, Isolation Berlin accompanies a generation of young adults with unmistakable sound between pop, psychedelic, (post-) punk, new wave and chanson through their ups and downs of modern metropole life.

Their single “Annabelle” in 2015 marks the beginning of their success. The 2016 released debut album excited the music press. Today, Isolation Berlin is a well-known and popular band from Germany’s capital.

Tobias Bamborschke (singer, guitar), Max Bauer (guitar, keyboard), David Specht (bass) and Simeon Cöster (drums) are the favorites of the press and have a large fan base.

Their latest album “Vergifte Dich” was released by the famous indie cult label Staatsakt and catapulted them straight to place 30 of German charts. This would be not much for a band that plays mainstream music. But for a band going their own way and making music beyond common templates of Indie-Rock, it is a cheer sensation.

Besides Vietnam, the band will also perform in Malaysia and the Philippines.

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