Belau is one of the most promising electronica newcomers around the European music scene. In five years, they had more than 200 live performances in 25 countries. The debut LP, “The Odyssey” won the Hungarian Grammy in best electronic music album category. Their long-awaited sophomore album, titled Colourwave, made their name on international level, now they release ‘Ethereal’ featuring Beth Hirsch, who was the vocalist of Moon Safari, the legendary AIR album.
“Take You to The Sea” – claims about their compositions. Belau (Peter Kedves and Krisztian Buzas) is a band who tries to provide shelter for the modern human through their music – representing the path to self-awareness through the depth of the individual – by making modern and elegant electronic beats with longing lyrics driven for the solace of the mind. Forever inspired by the fundamental elements of the nature, especially the infinite sea.
The duo had many international successes. In the last years they played more than 200 shows in 25 countries and impressed audiences at renowned festivals like Primavera, Eurosonic, Electric Castle, Sziget, SXSW – to name just a few. Belau was supported by radios like BBC Radio 1, Triple J or KEXP and mediums like Clash Music, Billboard, The Line of Best Fit, or Rolling Stone. Their debut album won the Hungarian Grammy Award, the second one streamed by millions and had massive radio successes.
Belau is back with a new single called ‘Ethereal’ featuring Beth Hirsch, who was the vocalist of legendary AIR album, Moon Safari. “We think the new song will be a special, nostalgic, dreamy part of our upcoming LP. For us it was a huge honour that Beth said yes to our request, not just because Moon Safari is one of the masterpiece of our genre, but also because her voice made the song really unique” – said the electronica duo about the new single who’re currently working on their third LP. Hungary’s No.1 musical export good, Belau will continue their European tour in 2023 included some clubs shows and summer festivals in France, Belgium, Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Romania.
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