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Vi er glade for at præsentere det catalanske band "Roba Estesa" til denne nye udgave af vores arrangementserie: "Barcelona & friends". Gå ikke glip af muligheden for at opdage denne unge, friske, kvindelige og feministiske septet, der spiller livlig protestmusik, der inspirerer til social forandring.
20:30 Dørene åbner / 21:00 Roba Estesa / 23:00 DJ Mezcal
Pris: 75 dkk
Catalans DK holder en julefrokost den samme dag forud for koncerten, hvis du er interesseret i at deltage den, gå til vores anden billetto begivenhed: https://billetto.dk/en/e/sopar-de-nadal-concert-de-roba-estesa-tickets-318940/
We are happy to present the Catalan band "Roba Estesa" for this new edition of our event series: "Barcelona&friends". Don't miss out on the opportunity to discover this young, fresh, female and feminist septet that plays lively, protest music that seeks social change.
20:30 Doors open / 21:00 Roba Estesa / 23:00 DJ Mezcal
Price: 75 dkk
Catalans DK is holding a Christmas dinner the same day prior to the concert, if you are interested in joining that, check out our other billetto event: https://billetto.dk/en/e/sopar-de-nadal-concert-de-roba-estesa-tickets-318940/
See you there!!
About the band:
Roba Estesa combines lively urban music with folk instrumentation and melodies. Lyrically, they explore everyday contradictions using a critical framework that encompasses their shared experiences: feminism. After winning Grup Enderrock’s 2015 Sounds of the Mediterranean Competition, Roba Estesa released their first album in 2016: Descalces (“Barefoot,” Coopula Records), which grapples with the themes of womanhood, struggle and tradition. In March 2017, the young band won three popular-vote "Enderrock" prizes (Best New Artist, Best Folk Album for Descalces and Best Folk Song for “Viu”), and also won the critic’s award for best debut album. After Descalces, the group released Desglaç (“Thaw,” Coopula, March 2018), whose 12 tracks seek to empower women in their struggle and to promote women’s representation on a large scale. Roba Estesa combines performance, musical skill and mise-en-scène to create a space of transformation of culture into social change.
Helena Bantulà (electric guitar)
Clara Colom (accordion and voice)
Clàudia Garcia-Albea (violin)
Alba Magriñà (drums)
Neus Pagès (guitar and vocals)
Gemma Polo (vocals)
Anna Sardà (bass)
Sandra Brake (sign language interpreter)
Check them out at http://www.somrobaestesa.cat/