Ten years after the release of their debut album "Up In The Sky" and after a hiatus of several years, 77 Bombay Street return with new music. The album "Start Over" (October 2021) picks up musically where the Grisons band left off in 2017 after the hit "Empire" and the subsequent nomination for a Swiss Music Award, but is probably their most personal work to date. "Start Over" thus marks a comeback and a new start at the same time.
"We needed the break to gain a bit of distance from the music and the band," says lead singer Matt Buchli. During joint rehearsals, however, they realized that the musician's life is extremely missing to them, means a lot and gives just as much. Because ultimately, they belong on stage, together, as a foursome. The four brothers have been making music together since childhood; it is an almost physical need for them to celebrate their music together. And now they are eager to animate their audience once again to sing and dance along, to get up close and personal with them, and to make sure that there are beaming faces even in the back rows. The irrepressible desire to spread good vibes and win the undivided attention of the audience - that's what 77 Bombay Street have learned over the years and made them one of the best live bands in Switzerland. And it is precisely because the four brothers have missed the stage and the contact with their audience so much that they will celebrate the new songs together with their well-known hits on an extensive tour throughout Switzerland.
By the way, something else is new on 77 Bombay Street's "Start Over" - even if it is familiar to the fans: their uniforms! If the band discarded their trademark for their third album, they now want to be on stage again in the uniforms designed and produced by their mother. A new beginning, like at the very beginning of their career in 2008, when four brothers from Scharans GR made the Swiss music scene sit up and take notice.
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