Some thoughts about last events

So, finally we have a minute of free time to write down something. And there is something to write about, because in a month passed, we had to give a concert in three European countries, and were passing… well, let us count… six countries (one of them – the Czech Republic, which we’ve visited by what you would have called a pure chance in search of a gas station in Selb), bringing total to nine.

Each one of the three festivals we had a chance to spend three days of our lives in, have pleased us very much: the audience responded well, the organization was flawless. And each of the three has had something special: Finland showed some spectacular views, Germany – precise organization with the attention to all of the smallest details, and in addition to everything in Germany, we had the opportunity to listen to bands like Corvus Corax, Omnia, Berlinski Beat, Faun and many others. Romania… there was something about this trip that has to be treated separately.

It was the longest journey in the history of our band, in which we spent two days driving in each direction.

Upon arrival, we were treated with a superb reception.
Public reaction is of an exceptional notice, because nobody had known literally anything about us, as it was our first visit to Romania and our countries are separated by vast distances. But the audience has reacted very well and, as Martin said in the interview – it was a balsam for the hearth of the musician.

Reception of the organizers has been quite excellent, they have shown us the spectacular looks of nearby nature’s and man-built glory, helped us to settle with all sorts of little things. In other words, they did everything possible for us to feel comfortable. It’s a big thank you, guys!

In conclusion, we’ve wanted to say thank you to all of the organizers, thank you to everyone who has come to listen to us and to all who had supported us!

And one more thing, maybe someone of you will want to know more about what a country Romania is. The fact is, Finland and Germany are pretty well heard of, but Romania is the country mostly left out of proper attention of the inhabitants of Europe. It’s great that we had the opportunity to visit it and, as you have understood from the words above, we were delighted. If you are interested in learning more, here is the link:

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