Andrew DNS & Topheth Prophet & Kahn Prod presents this special Rome performance in Israel.
Thursday, November 8
Gagarin club TLV
Salame 46, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv, Israel
Tickets available at: eventbuzz.co.il/pshig
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Earlier this year, ROME made a stylistic detour towards spiritually tinted, doomy, idiosyncratic avant-garde folk with their latest full-length ‘Hall Of Thatch‘. However, listeners should expect yet another stylistic turnaround from mastermind Jérôme Reuter within the year. The Luxembourgish songwriter’s love for experimentation has not diminished, on the contrary, and thus he does not shy away from taking bold steps backwards either: from no-wave folk and chanson back to his own neofolk past. Longtime fans will be glad to learn of this transition.
Here’s the thing: I believe music is something communal where bridges are built and divisions are hopefully resolved or at least forgotten for the time of a song. Music is magic. That sounds utterly corny, I know, but I know music to have the power to change people. Not in the way of being reborn in Jesus or whatever, and certainly not in the way of ‘enlightenment’, but in a reaffirmation of being alive—alive among other beings.