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SPARKLING - I Want to See Everything
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12 Dec / 2020 Hanse Song Festival Stade
Label / Release Type Year
Vitamin A Records
Ab67616d0000b27328cc22b3025d4482956daf35 Alive Single 2020
Ab67616d0000b2735d4a968de95985f1201df8bb I Want to See Everything (Felix Martin Remix) Single 2020
Ab67616d0000b273a2ea7e179bd3635f6cd61bce The Same Again Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b27389e8947b09f0d0accd352d55 We Don't Want It Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273b0bed6d6f25669059b32136e Champagne Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273dd326e2b607da4cedad9f5e3 I Want to See Everything Album 2019
Ab67616d0000b273703eff12ef61db6f9dfc2a88 This Is Not the Paradise They Told Us We Would Live In Single 2016
Ab67616d0000b2734a22fb61adc2f9e65d8b472c Something Like You Single 2016
Kitsuné Musique
Ab67616d0000b273e0b41a556f3f3f681cea498c We Don't Want It (Digitalism Remix) Single 2020
atc live
felipe mina calvo
No Management
Motor Songs
Christian Goebel
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Sparkling just released their long-awaited debut album 'I Want to See Everything' in August 2019 and it has been making huge waves.

As one of the first german bands, the group played a Maida Vale Session for BBC Radio 1, made it to heavy rotation on BBC 6 Music (UK), DLF Nova (GER), BR Puls (GER), FM4 (AUS), etc. and gets frequently played in shows by Annie Mac, Matt Wilkinson, Jack Saunders, Steve Lamacq and many more. Their album has been featured in countless blogs and magazins all across europe, such as Musikexpress, Rolling Stone Magazin or Magic Magazin, got them an invitation to play SXSW Festival (USA) and has created a buzz around today's most exciting band from Germany.

The three-piece from Cologne, Germany was formed by brothers Leon and Levin Krasel start playing music together at an early age, joined by their friend Luca Schüten on Bass. Whilst studying at University and Art School, the group focussed their spare time on creating a distinctly unique sound and playing small sweaty clubs all across Germany, France and the UK. After living in London in 2015, the band released their first EP „This is not the paradise they told me I would live in“ in 2016, produced by Moses Schneider, and already brought them praise across the european music landscape. Shows all around europe made them write a multilingual debut album, that features languages German, English and French and which was produced between Cologne, Düsseldorf and London with Andy Ramsay from Stereolab. These boys are a preeminent blueprint of a truly European band. Witness what it really means to be part of an open Europe, at a concert or listening to a record.