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Boys Noize

(Berlin)

Benee

(NZ)

(SK)

Adriatique

(CH)

Declan McKenna

(UK)

Climax

Chris Sadler, Rob Nash, Mycell

Clawfinger

(SE)

Alyona Alyona

(UA)

Mikolas Josef

(CZ)

Black Veil Brides

(US)

KAS:ST

(FR)

Yotto

(FI)

Sigrid

(NO)

Solardo

(UK)

House Therapy

The Score

(US)

Postmodern Jukebox

(US)

Subsonic

(UK)

Climax

Sofi Tukker

(US)

Poets of the Fall

(FI)

Russ

(US)

Jack Savoretti

(UK)

Dean Lewis

Fast Food Orchestra + VOJTAANO

Xavier Rudd

(AU)

Carpenter Brut

Poetika

Ezra Furman

(US)

Monolink

[GER]

EARTHGANG

Katatonia & Sólstafir

Twilight Burials - EU tour 2022

Son Lux

POSTPONED

High Contrast

(UK)

POSTPONED

Lordi

(FI)

POSTPONED

Little Dragon

(SE)

POSTPONED

LENNY

POSTPONED

Trentemøller

Memoria album tour

POSTPONED

Half Alive (US)

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Dodie (UK)

support Sody
Tickets: 590 czk GoOut
Promoter: Fource.cz

Line-up: 19:00 doors, 19:40 Sody, 20:40 Dodie

At just twenty five, dodie has already done a lot of living. Some of that has played out on camera as she made a name for herself as a singer and writer online, amassing millions of fans with her disarmingly honest videos and affecting, intimate singing style. She headlined and sold out London’s Roundhouse before her first album was even out, played the Hollywood Palladium and Terminal 5 on the other side of the pond and scored two top-ten EPs. dodie doesn’t tend to rest on her laurels.

“Building a problem” is a line from a song on dodie’s second studio album. She found herself with a bit of a problem because she’d already named her previous EP Human, and the songs she found herself writing for the album really added up to the same idea; the flawed, emotionally erratic, wondrously complex conundrum that is being alive – and Human was taken. But this line, from a song named Hate Myself, seemed to add up to a similar concept; the moments and actions in life that build within us all problems that we don’t even realise we have until we look back and go, “Ohhhh, that’s where that came from.”