Subsonica

17 July 2009

Hot on the success of their March tour with sell-out dates in Madrid and Barcelona, Subsonica begin a new series of concerts from June, passing through Milan, Rome, Florence and Naples as well as local venue Padua for the Sherwood Festival 2009.

Subsonica are to date probably the most representative band of the contemporary Italian music scene. In little more than a decade they have gone from the alternative and independent circuit to the San Remo festival main stage, without however losing their own individual identity and credibility. Their strong ties to their public mean live dates are an unmissable occasion for their fans, a ritual which involves the audience in a collective fusion of word, sound, rhythm and feeling. This tour also shows a green tinge, thanks to the bands links with the environmental anti-nuclear campaign: such sentiments are manifested in Stop the Fever, and in their appeal for a modern, clean and safe energy system. This tour follows on from the leg which captivated audiences in Ibiza, London, Brussels, and the above-mentioned Barcelona and Madrid. Concer begins 9.30 p.m.

By Insidecom Editorial Staff