RAISE YOUR PINTS!
For 30 years Fiddler's Green have been at home on Europe's stages. And even many string changes, sweaty stage outfits and some creative changes later, the band from Erlangen presents itself fresh and motivated as ever. Energetic, passionate and entertaining, Fiddler's Green continue to make the walls shake with their fast-paced mix of folk and punk, which they themselves call Irish Speedfolk. The current album "Heyday" offers once again listening pleasure to sing along, dance and forget your worries. With this bundled load of merciless joy of playing and folky punk rock fireworks, standing still is simply impossible.
Fiddler's Green are without a doubt one of the pioneers of the folk punk genre in Germany. With great fun and a lot of positive craziness they have always celebrated their speed folk, leaving genre boundaries to the left and giving many a traditional a rejuvenating treatment. The Franconian speed folk musicians have been around for three full decades now, and their 14th studio album "Heyday" shows that they obviously don't intend to take it easy with increasing age. On the contrary, the musicians have recorded songs on the new record that on the one hand sound typically like the Fiddlers, on the other hand refreshingly new. Initially smiled at from time to time, the sextet is now better off than ever and can rightly call themselves one of the most successful bands in the country. With albums like "Devil's Dozen" or "Winners & Boozers" they went into the Top 10 in this decade, the halls became more and more crowded and bigger, and the Shamrock Castle Festival, which they have organized themselves since 2009, has meanwhile become a multi-day event.
"We've always been very consistent and never denied our style," says accordion player Stefan Klug. "But we don't want to repeat ourselves, we want to expand our spectrum, refine it, even perfect it." The album "Heyday" underlines this claim loudly. With producer Jörg Umbreit (In Extremo, Dritte Wahl and others), the musicians have recorded 15 songs, some of which have an unusual but pleasant force. In any case, the songs are still incredibly rousing and catchy, the choruses are perfect to sing along loudly after the first listen. That's how good mood music goes! And lIve, Fiddler's Green are definitely a force. Come to Z7 and raise your glasses to the next 30 years of Fiddler's Green!
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