Markus and Nico talk emotional connections with their fans
Last week German alternative rock newcomers BREATHE ATLANTIS released their new album Soulmade, which you can read our review of here. In an exclusive video, Markus and Nico discussed their songwriting and how they try to connect with their fans through their lyrical subject. They also discuss their cover of the Snow Patrol song, “Chasing Cars” which you can listen to at the bottom of this page.
Previously Nico had said,
“I believe that everybody at some point had the feeling that you gotta ask yourself why of all people in the world is it me that has to go such a difficult way in life. But basically it says that it doesn’t matter. That you have to wander through the darkness until you see the light at the end of the tunnel. As long as you keep doing what you love and keep pushing to your goals that is the right thing to do.”
To celebrate the release of Soulmade, the band also dropped the official video for ‘Everyone Else‘:
1. My Supernova
3. Don’t Need You Now
6. I Think It Isn’t Fair
9. At Night
10. Addiction To The Worst
11. Everyone Else
The band will be supporting IMMINENCE alongside OUR MIRAGE in December but no UK dates unfortunately:
IMMINENCE EUROPEAN TOUR 2018
w/ BREATHE ATLANTIS + OUR MIRAGE
05.12. DE Münster – Sputnik-Café
06.12. DE Erfurt – Museumskeller
07.12. DE Leipzig – Bandhaus
08.12. DE Berlin – Musik & Frieden
09.12. CZ Prague – Nová Chmelnice
10.12. AT Vienna – Chelsea
12.12. CH Zurich – Werk 21
13.12. DE Munich – Backstage
14.12. DE Frankfurt – Nachtleben
15.12. DE Dortmund – FZW
16.12. NL Amsterdam – Melkweg
17.12. FR Paris – Backstage By the Mill
19.12. DE Stuttgart – clubCANN
20.12. DE Hanover – Lux
21.12. DE Hamburg – Indra Club 64
22.12. DE Kiel – Pumpe
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