52 Hertz Whale
SK Bratislava – Shoegaze / Postrock / Emo / post hardcore / Post-Punk
52 Hertz Whale
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Gig History
03 May / 2019 Liverpool Sound City Liverpool, GB
Label / Release Type Year
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder I've met a lot of people Album 2017
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder 52 Hertz Whale EP 2015
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Press Text
52 Hertz Whale is a Bratislava settled band, named after world's loneliest whale.

They have released 4-song eponymous EP in 2015. Their first studio album "I've met a lot of people" was released in 2017. Currently they are working on a new material and getting ready for an upcoming diy european tour.

"And 52 Hertz Whale blew everyone else away - it was the most intense, pulsating performance I saw all weekend. They’ve been on my radar a while, and they’re another band who just seem to keep getting better every time I see them. They have that euphoric, post-rock side, and are super melodic, but they also have a captivating power and when they unleash madness, it’s truly spectacular." Derek Robertson (Drowned in Sound) - about Sharpe Showcase Festival

”There is something totally compelling about the band whose intensity pins you to the floor and their songs melodic touch deliver a real compelling sucker punch.”
John Robb/Louder Than War (UK)

”52 Hertz Whale exist at the intersection of towering post-rock, introspective shoegaze and more fiery heavier outbursts of post punk. ” Connor A./gigwise.com(UK)

”Too much suffering in those songs.” Matjaž Manček/MENT Ljubljana

In 2017 they played Slovakia’s largest music festival Pohoda. Apart from that they have played many clubs with bands such as Algiers(USA), The Underground Youth (UK), Les Discrets (FR), The Physics House Band (UK), Soviet Soviet (IT), Acute Dose(CZ).
The band also partook in Czechia’s largest club festival Žižkovská noc this year, having been chosen to play by Fullmoon magazine.
In April of 2018, they have garnered a great response at Sharpe showcase festival, after which many of the foremost music journalists, critics, and others included them in their top picks of the event.

John Robb (UK) (Louder than War - Editor-in-Chief) John Robb ranked them in second place in his list of ”top 10 fascinating new bands from Sharpe showcase Festival in Bratislava”:

Muzika.hr also included the band’s performance in their 7 best experiences from the festival: https://www.muzika.hr/sharpe-festival-bratislava-showcase/7/

Musicpress have referred to the performance as their ”absolute highlight” of the whole festival

Fullmoon magazine