The veteran London band will present 'Home Counties', an effervescent recollection of memories of their teenage years.
For anyone fond of pop, Saint Etienne is a fundamental band whose three members are incorrigible music lovers and specialists and connoisseurs of the history of an artistic discipline that has become a religion in England. They have been making meticulous albums for almost 30 years, adorned with exquisite melodies and arrangements of unquestionable modernity, mingling sounds like soul with elegant electronic arrangements. Saint Etienne understand pop as an expression of pure feeling and their songs are not commercial artefacts, but rather vehicles to project emotions and awaken nostalgia for better times. They are currently in great creative and are coming to Barcelona’s Razzmatazz to present their latest album 'Home Counties'.
The songs on the album are based on the teenage memories of Sarah Cracknell (vocals) and her colleagues Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, from when they lived in towns outside London, dreaming of moving to the city and immersing themselves in its world of pop music, fashion, literature and art. These are songs created with love and care, and now we have the chance to hear them live alongside some of the classics from their career.
You will find more information on the Razzmatazz website, where you can also book your tickets.
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