It should not seem strange for the leader of legendary indie-rock banc dEUS to sing in a jazz quartet. Tom Barman is not and will never be one of those vain, suited-up crooners. On the contrary, he loves the ferocious jazz of the 60s, Blue Note vinyls and Impulse, Pharoah Sanders, Archie Shepp, Albert Ayler, lions that set everything they touched on fire. Disruptive energy, thick pathos, hip-bop and lyrics that rise to the occasion. The Guardian has praised their brand-new, intelligent, accomplished and down-to-earth second album. No need to put on airs, for sincere artists like them.
Tom Barman | Voice, Robin Verheyen |Saxophones, Nicolas Thys | Bass, Antoine Pierre | Drums
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