Austrian art-pop band Bilderbuch share new single Bluezone out today. With over 250 million global streams and co-signs from the likes of Mick Jagger, BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders) and VERSACE, Bilderbuch continue to make waves across the globe with their latest slice of art-pop. Having toured with The Rolling Stones in Vienna last year, Bilderbuch will play a string of live dates across Europe next spring, including London’s Oslo Hackney on March 28.
Combining its deft lyrics and innovative atmosphere with the track’s hyper-aestheticized ‘The Man-Machine’ synthpop layers, Bluezone is a beautifully crafted hit about the dangers of perfectionism.
Today’s release marks a new chapter for the band, who have built significant anticipation ahead of sharing a slice of their new sound with the world. After selling out two headline open-air shows in Vienna to 16,000 fans and becoming the first and only Austrian band to headline Austria’s biggest Festivals Nova Rock and Frequency, Bilderbuch will play a string of live dates across venues in Europe next year including Berlin’s iconic Columbiahalle and London’s Oslo Hackney in spring 2024.
With a sound that’s both classic and refreshingly modern, Bilderbuch continue to cement themselves as one of the biggest German-speaking art-pop bands worldwide. Having been chosen personally by Mick Jagger to perform on The Rolling Stones’ stadium tour to soundtracking VERSACE’s London Fashion Week runway with their track ‘Spliff’, Maurice Ernst (vocals and guitarist), Michael Krammer (guitarist),Peter Horazdovsky (bassist) and Philipp Scheibl (drummer) started their journey in 2005 as a school band and over the years, they have been making waves across the globe with their unique pop flair and signature sound. The band have over 250 million streams on all digital platforms and with their new single ‘Bluezone’, Bilderbuch continue to affirm their position as one of the most exciting bands right now.