Icelandic blues/rock band Kaleo debut an acoustic live performance video of ‘Surface Sounds’ lead single ‘I Want More’, accompanied by a string ensemble at Skálholt Cathedral.
Performing solo up until the second verse, Frontman JJ Julius Son’s serene vocal and acoustic guitar are supplemented by violins (Sigrún Harðardóttir, Ásta Kristín Pjetursdóttir, Guðbjartur Hákonarson and Chrissie Guðmundsdóttir), violas (Karl James Pestka and Þórunn Harðardóttir) and cellos (Unnur Jónsdóttir, Hrafnhildur Marta Guðmundsdóttir and Júlía Mogensen), leading into the bridge, idyllically whistled by Julius Son, beautifully amplified by the natural acoustics of the cathedral.
A very special performance that grabs hold from the very start with this special track. Son’s vocals are such, that all he needs is an acoustic guitar to captivate, and with the addition of the strings we are treated to something special indeed.
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KALEO have performed in over 30 cities since kicking off the Fight Or Flight Tour in February (with the majority to sold-out audiences), and recently announced additional shows in North America this summer. KALEO’s new run of dates will follow the first European leg set for June and early July.
Tickets and information for the new dates are available at OfficialKALEO.com.
European Fight Or Flight Tour 2022Dates
June 4 Columbiahalle Berlin, Germany
June 6 Palladium Cologne Cologne, Germany
June 8 Salle De L’Alhambra Genève, Switzerland
June 9 X-TRA Zurich, Switzerland
June 11 Tonhalle Munich, Germany
June 13 Jahrhunderthalle Frankfurt, Germany
June 15 Stadtpark-Open-Air-Bühne Hamberg, Germany
June 17 Victoria Warehouse Manchester, U.K.
June 18 Pinkpop Festival 2022 Landgraaf, Netherlands
June 19 3Arena Dublin, Ireland
June 21 O2 Academy Birmingham Birmingham, U.K.
June 24 Eventim Apollo Hammersmith London, U.K.
June 26 Falconer Hall Fredriksberg, Denmark
June 27 Sentrum Scene Oslo, Norway
July 1 Lollapalooaza Stockholm 2022 Stockholm, Sweden
July 3 Kucukciftlik Park Istanbul, Turkey
July 6 Technopolis Athens, Greece
Sept. 18 De Roma Antwerp, Belgium
Sept. 20 Le Radiant Lyon, France
Sept. 21 Le Moulin Marseille, France
Sept. 23 Razzmatazz Barcelona, Spain
Sept. 25 Altice Arena Lisboa, Portugal
Sept. 27 Sala Riveria Madrid, Spain
Sept. 29 AFAS Live Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct. 1 Zénith De Paris Paris, France
Oct. 3 Rockhal Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Oct. 5 Fabrique Milan, Italy
Oct. 7 Le Bikini Ramonville-Saint-Agne, France
Oct. 10 Forum Karlín Karlín, Czechia
Oct. 11 Klub Stodoła Warsaw, Poland
Oct. 13 Barba Negra Budapest, Hungary
Oct. 14 Gasometer Wien, Austria