A pop-rock night at La Cave du Bleu Lézard with two Swiss bands on the menu! Doesn’t it sound delicious?
The sound of Jetlakes is much more mature than the age of the band and its four members! Jetlakes have a pop rock sound which reminds at times U2, mixing keyboards guitar and bass riffs with drums beats and well thought choruses.
On 27th April 2016 (the day of the concert) the single “Thunderstorms” is released and they take the occasion to present it. They also play a song about sex which is without any doubt the most sexy and rock, nearly on the edge of punk-rock!
Jetlakes release their first self-titled album on the 20th of May 2016, we are looking forward to hear in full!
Pablopolar is a pop rock band from Bern formed by six guys. Their sound is very wide and their energy incredible! Right from the start they make the audience participate by asking them to clap along and welcoming them to the gig. Singer Manuel has a hell of a charisma and a ton of humour, which makes everything more fun. The guys also speak in a cute French and the audience appreciates the effort. Their sound is patterned with multiple instruments from bells to keyboards with at times three guitars, which make it all more colourful.
Pablopolar mostly play songs from their new album Colorize which make a great mix of pop-rock anthems like the lively “Family History”. Passing through some folk tunes like the song “Monterey Bay”, taken from their 2013 album Sleepwalker and dedicated to the Californian city where they dream to go.
Without forgetting some indie-rock along the way, where the guitar riffs become somewhat faster and sharpened. The singing qualities are also very good, with well constructed choruses and great vocals by the other band members.
The intimate atmosphere of the Cave du Bleu Lézard is ever charming, with its dim lights and cozy room. The last song, the lively “Arlene”, is turned into “Marlène” as the name of one of the band members’ relative present at the gig.
A great Swiss band definitely worth following! 🙂
A Thousand Years
Everything Is In Between
Your Love Is Colder Than Mine (encore)