Efterklang have confirmed details of their final live show as the Danish group contemplate their future.
Efterklang have never been afraid to take difficult decisions. The Danish group's career is littered with unexpected diversions and sudden about-turns, resulting in some thrilling, groundbreaking music.
Taking their 'Piramida' full length on the road last year, Efterklang began to hint that this would be the final tour they undertake of that nature. Now - in a statement on their official website - the Danish group have confirmed plans for their final live show, as well as suggesting that 'fundamental' change is set to come.
It will be the last concert with Efterklang as you and we know it. We are not sure what happens after this concert. It is time to reflect and time to move forward. We want to fundamentally change what it means to be Efterklang and how we operate, create and perform.
So come say goodbye with us! We are celebrating a decade of Efterklang releases and concerts and we are doing it in the most decadent way.
The local symphony Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester, conductor Hans Ek and the local girls choir will join us on stage and so will a long list of special guests including Thomas Husmer and Rune Mølgaard from the original 5 piece line-up of Efterklang.
The last concert will feature highlights from all our 4 albums as well as new songs, that in fact are almost 10 year old songs we’ve never released, but whom we care for very much. This will be the only chance to hear these songs live.
We are not taking this concert on tour and we plan on making this a very special night. An exploration, a rite of passage, a strange celebration. You are hereby invited.
Efterklang's final live show:
26 Alsion Concert Hall, Sønderborg, Denmark
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