MEUTE’s Techno Takeover Will Hit North America In March

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Techno brass band MEUTE is to take their mesmeric live show on the road across North America in the first quarter of 2022. Starting in Boston on March 23rd, they will head to Chicago, New York, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Portland, Denver, and many more cities as well. In addition, they will be making a sure-to-be spectacular appearance at Coachella in California. Click here to get your tickets now.

MEUTE continues to impress, since breaking through with their viral remake of Ame’s “REJ”. Since, the band has gone on to sell out clubs and received support from the likes of Dixon, Laurent Garnier, and BBC Radio 1. Their second US tour will see them debut over two weekends at Coachella, as well as taking in shows at iconic venues such as Chicago’s House Of Blues.

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There is truly no band like MEUTE. The unique 11-piece group from Hamburg has become iconic in their red jackets as they break all the rules with their fusion of brass band sounds and techno, all made using only acoustic instruments. They have crafted viral hits and generate pure excitement every time they play.  

Right now, MEUTE is building plenty of excitement ahead of a long-awaited new album, TAUMEL. The album arrives on the band’s own label TUMULT later this year in October. Out now, “PEACE” is taken from the forthcoming TAUMEL album and is a sneak preview of what’s to come.

 


Composed by trumpet player Thomas Burhorn, the new single “PEACE” is irresistible. It is an explosive mix of hypnotic deep techno and expressive brass band music. The bass is vibrating, confetti is shimmering, and the red uniforms are popping in the strobe light throughout the song.

This is just a foreshadowing of what to expect when MEUTE starts its journey in March. Make sure you don’t miss out on seeing the gifted group perform live!

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