Kashmir is making a comeback on the Danish festivals next summer

After five years of absence in the public assembled the rock band Kashmir in 2020 at the festivals Northside and Tinderbox. It is something of a sensation.

Kashmir is making a comeback on the Danish festivals next summer

After five years of absence in the public assembled the rock band Kashmir in 2020 at the festivals Northside and Tinderbox.

It is something of a sensation.

How to describe the top boss of the Northside, and the Tinderbox of an agreement, as the festivals have gotten in the house with the rock band Kashmir.

Next summer, the public can namely experience Kashmir on both the Northside in Aarhus and the Tinderbox in Odense. Kashmir has certainly not published the music or given concerts in the last five years.

- I'm close to call it a sensation, for we had not immediately assumed that they came back. And then when we got the chance to do it, we just had to turn to. It is the only two festivalshows they play next year.

- We consider them to be the most significant Danish rock band the past several years, says festivalchef for NorthSide and Tinderbox Brian Nielsen.

the Band will be no more than likely to play tracks from across his career, which began back in 1991, and includes seven studio albums.

- Anything else would almost be strange. It is clear that the large plates as "The Good Life" and "Zitilites" will fill the part, but additionally I am sure that there will be tracks from his whole career, " says Brian Nielsen.

the Band plays on the Northside of the river Valley in Aarhus on Saturday the 6. June and at the Tinderbox in Tusindårsskoven in Odense, denmark on Friday, 26. June 2020.

Kashmir was formed by the three efterskolevenner Kasper Eistrup, Mads Tunebjerg and Asger Techau in 1991. Their debut album, "Travelogue", was released three years later.

In 2000 recorded the band yet a member - Henrik Lindstrand on the keyboard.

Kashmir is behind hits like "Rocket Brothers" and "Mom in Love, Daddy in Space" and has also released the track "The Cynic" with the English rocklegende David Bowie.

in Addition to the two concerts at the festivals in Aarhus and Odense Kashmir announced that the band will give concerts in Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning and the Royal Arena in Copenhagen may next year.

as far As festivalchef Brian Nielsen at, there are not plans, to Kashmir must make more new music together.

Northside and Tinderbox have been in dialogue with the band about the performances "over some years", he says.

While Kashmir which rock band has had a break, they have each of the members had time in their own projects. Lead singer Kasper Eistrup has, for example, bet on a career as a visual artist in recent years.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 12:01

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