"Ich ha mich veränderet - ich bi nüme de gliich" sings Fai Baba, the busy Swiss singer-songwriter, quite programmatically on the first single of his record Veränderet, which will be released in spring. For indeed: after five albums, including Sad and Horny, nominated in 2016 as the best Swiss album, international tours and appearances on the legendary American KEXP radio station, Fabian Sigmund has said goodbye not only to the English language but also to the old sound. His new work, released again on Basel's A Tree in a Field Records, is sung entirely in "Züri-Deutsch" and transposes the aesthetics of Americana into a kind of Swiss-Neo-Folk with biographically colored lyrics. For Basel, Fai Baba and his fellow musicians, Reto Gaffuri, Arno Troxler as well as Mike Fischer, have come up with something special and will present the album in an intimate theater setting in the Reithalle of the Kaserne.
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