Poets of the Fall live @ Ruisrock / Turku 2006
Photo (c) by Stageshots.net
Some photos from last night gig in Strom/Munich: http://concertsandpics.net/concertsandpics-news/concerts-2014/page-7/
Credits to http://concertsandpics.net/ and
Here some great shots from Zoetermeer 9/10 https://www.flickr.com/photos/88034129@N07/sets/72157648588005072/
Credits to http://cultuurpodiumboerderij.nl/ and Richard Winkel
In celebration of Poets of the Fall’s new album “Jealous Gods” I’m writing a few stories on them. Here’s the first one.
During the almost-a-decade I’ve worked with Poets of the Fall I’ve been lucky enough to get to witness the whole spectrum of everything that goes into being in a band and building it into a dayjob - without the help of record labels, I must add.
I was there when they recorded their second album in Captain’s living room. I’ve been there for the video shoots, and when they put the bits and pieces of “Dawn” together (and burst into tears when Marko started singing the melody, I’m not ashamed to add).
Few screens from today interview for SuomiPop radio station. It’s on PopstudioTV already so you
can MUST watch it. Tell ya, acoustic Daze sound a-mazing! Here the link: http://www.ruutu.fi/ohjelmat/popstudiotv-poets-of-the-fallin-laulajasta-akupunkturisti
Second part of Daze teasers already on POTF youtube channel. Here some gifs from it.
C’mon, bring the Friday!
From Daze teasers. One look and I think this will be one of shocking (in good way) videos of Poets Of The Fall. Second part of ‘Making of’ will be uploaded tomorrow at guys youtube channel. Whole video and single premiere we will see this Friday.
You can, no, you MUST order Daze (with four fab bonus tracks) from iTunes now. Also you MUST pre order whole new album from official shop, amazon and others online magazines.
Hang on, Children’s Of The Fall, new era of Poets just begin :p
This picture is real. In 1973 David take one and half week tour by train from Nahodka to Moscow (Soviet Union).
Love has no boundaries, costs nothing to touch
War makes money, cancer sleeps
Curled up in my father and that means something to me
Churches and dictators, politics and papers
Everything crumbles sooner or later
But love, I believe in love
|—||'Believe' by Sir Elton John|