We Are Scientists – Debaser Slussen, 3 December 2010

We Are Scientists – Debaser Slussen, 3 December 2010

Since I was preparing for this concert I knew that We Are Scientists rocked and they helped me through a long day of hard work. And what better way to start of your weekend then going straight to Debaser Slussen and check out some live music.

Swedish singer/songwriter Pelle Carlberg was a nice and easy start of the evening. His songs were relaxed and sometimes with a little more tempo but overall it was kind of laid back which was a good start.

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Pelle Carlberg


How I Broke My Foot And Met Jesus
1963 (Pelle & Sebastian)
Bastards Don’t Blush
I Love You, You Imbecile
Don’t Miss You At All

Want to hear some of the music Pelle Carlberg produces, check out the Pelle Carlberg MySpace.

We Are Scientists live is Rock & Roll how it should be, drinking bottles of wine on stage just to get warmed up, jumping around and taking everything into the middle of the crowd and just play a full song there. Maybe they say it to every crowd, but this crowd was according to the band amazing and I have to agree.

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Keith Murray - We Are Scientists

As always it started a little slow but after just 2 songs everyone already went wild and this kept on going during the whole concert. Keith Murray and Chris Cain had some nice dialogues when there was a gap that had to be filled in all in it was a really good set.

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We Are Scientists

A good singer, an active band and a lot of good rock and roll songs. My weekend started jumping with joy!

To read and listen more about We Are Scientists, just check the We Are Scientists MySpace!

To see all the pictures check out the Flickr set.



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