Double christening of album Chce to hit! by band Poletíme?

20 November 2018, 1:00
Double christening of album Chce to hit! by band Poletíme?

The band Poletíme? (“Will we fly?”) has published its new album Chce to hit!(“It needs a hit!”), which it will be presenting as part of the concert series Chce to Tour (“It needs a Tour!”). The Brno christening of the album will take place twice in the Fléda club.

The publishing of Chce to hit! was preceded by a single of the same name, which veers away from turbo-chanson, more towards rock. “The rock sound is kind of supposed to be a joke and the voice similar to a Kabát singer too. I wanted the cover to fall out of their hands when they hear the CD. You know, they have held us in high regard for the past few years, because we do what we want, and they’ll let us continue in the same fashion,” says Rudolf Brančovský in an interview with Ondřej Hricka for The album includes sixteen songs, most of which coming from Brančovský’s workplace.

Poletíme? will be christening the album Chce to hit! on 11 and 12 December 2018 from 8 p.m. in the Fléda club.

The group Poletíme? was created in 2007 around the musician, designer and painter Rudolf Brančovský. It is made up of the violinist Vojtěch Konečný, bass player Vít Kraváček, drummer Michal Jež, trumpet player Jáchym Hájek, Pavel Křižovenský on the saxophone and flute and pianist Ondřej Hájek.

Poletíme?/ photo FB kapely



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