Saxony: Seeed celebrated at film nights on the banks of the Elbe in Dresden

Dresden (dpa/sn) - The Berlin band Seeed has been extensively celebrated at their first appearance at the Dresden Film Nights on the banks of the Elbe for nine years.

Saxony: Seeed celebrated at film nights on the banks of the Elbe in Dresden

Dresden (dpa/sn) - The Berlin band Seeed has been extensively celebrated at their first appearance at the Dresden Film Nights on the banks of the Elbe for nine years. Seeed began the first of the two sold-out shows in front of the backdrop of the historic old town of Dresden on Friday evening with the song "Ticket". This was followed by "Let her go" and "Eye bling". At that point at the latest, the atmosphere was at its peak.

The musicians around the singers Pierre Baigorry aka Peter Fox and Frank Dellé had previously completed a concert marathon with several open-air performances at a "home game" in Berlin's Wulheide. The concerts were already sold out shortly after the announcement in 2018, but then had to be postponed twice because of the corona pandemic.

The surprising death of singer Demba Nabé in 2018 marked a turning point for Seeed. Only after some consideration did the musicians decide to continue the band. Musically, Seeed said goodbye to Nabé the following year with the single "Ticket". The song is dedicated to Nabé and opens the latest album "Bam Bam".

Seeed concerts are known for a sea of ​​dancing people. The sound carried by many brass players is characterized by reggae, dancehall, dub, hip-hop, afro-trap and pop.

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