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Bad Rabbit, Subgate

Michael C, Bad Rabbit, Jean Luc & Volume Plus, Chombo

SNBM, Filta, Tibiza & Lee Meow, Fallen Gemini

Barber, Jose Madeira

Bad Rabbit, Mig

SNBM, Michael C

Chris Sadler, Jean Luc

Michael C, Subgate

Wotty, Criminal Noise, Jean Luc & Ripple, Drawn Moon

SNBM, Roberto Chochola, Mazer, Ripple & Drawn Moon

Barber, Jose Madeira

Sofi Tukker

(US)

Poets of the Fall

(FI)

Russ

(US)

Netsky

(BE)

Netsky

(BE)

Jack Savoretti

(UK)

Dean Lewis

Fast Food Orchestra + VOJTAANO

Xavier Rudd

(AU)

Carpenter Brut

Poetika

999999999

(IT)

Lucky Chops

(US)

Ezra Furman

(US)

PAN-POT

(Berlin)

Monolink

(DE)

EARTHGANG

Katatonia & Sólstafir

Twilight Burials - EU tour 2022

Ice Nine Kills

(US

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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Dean Lewis (AU)

support Anson Seabra
Tickets: 690 czk GoOut
Promoter: Fource

Dean’s new track Looks Like Me is the musical antidote the world needs right now: a song about breaking free from a confining, crushing situation. Inspired by a personal relationship, Lewis said “It was just one of those relationships that never quite came together – no matter how much I wanted it to. One night on the phone, we were living in different cities, she told me she was hanging with a guy who looked like me,” says Lewis, now looking back on the experience with a sense of humour. “So you’d rather be with someone who looks like me – than the "actual me!” 

The three-time ARIA and APRA award winner initially worked up the song with new collaborator/producer Jake Torrey in Los Angeles, before putting on the finishing touches two months later in London with his long time collaborators Ed Holloway & Nick Atkinson. It stirs to life with Lewis’s compelling, almost haunting vocalisations - like a siren call, uplifted by a beating acoustic guitar. As the lyrics kick in, so does a rapid-fire hand clap, adding a percussive layer you almost feel more than hear. “One of my favourite things about this song is every time I play it to people – they immediately start moving their body. Which is a totally new experience for me as a songwriter. It’s almost like keeping one foot on familiar ground and the other into stepping off a cliff. It was a chance for me to reach for something completely different, but still be me”.