On April 20, Nouvelle Vague takes Tallinn over

Rock Cafe

Apr 20 2017

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Tallinn

As part of its European tour, the energetic Frenchy group Nouvelle Vague will perform at the Rock Cafe in Tallinn on April 20.

Nouvelle Vague is an original project conceived by two French musicians, Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux, proposing to play new wave classics in a bossa nova version. Since their first album in 2004, the group has covered shuch bands as Depeche Mode, The Clash, The Cure, Joy Division or Dead Kennedys. 

After six years without releasing an album, Nouvelle Vague is back on tour to present "I Could Be Happy", released on November 4th, 2016. This last opus includes unpublished remixes of their previous arrangements, new covers, and especially original compositions : a first for the group!

The concert will be held on April 20th at the Rock Cafe in Tallinn. The doors will open at 19:00 and the concert will start at 20:00.

Tickets are on sale online (and in limited quantity), starting at 29 euros.

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