FUCHS will perform at this year’s Night Of The Prog Festival on Saturday. For this occasion there is now a The Night Of The Prog Festival EP!
This EP contains two tracks from the new and soon to be released studio album. This EP also contains two more live tracks. All four songs are also part of the live programme and will be played at the Loreley.
The 4th studio album Too Much Too Many will be released on 14 July 2023 on CD and digital formats. One day later, on Saturday 15 July 2023, the band will perform at the NIGHT OF THE PROG Festival. The album opener Don’t Get Me Wrong (5:49) shows immediately what is to be expected, Prog with a good hookline. The second track, also from the new album, is called Challenge of Lifelong Learning (7:49) and first points to a more introverted picture of the new studio album before the song then presents the whole prog and rock range of the band.
The EP is complemented by two tracks from 2020’s live album One Lively Decade. Here in My Void (Live) (13:37) is an early version, which also appears on the new CD Too Much Too Many in a revised studio version. Very nice how the complete band is also introduced in the final part. Except for the bass player, the line-up presented acoustically corresponds to the line-up on the Loreley. The bass is played by guest Henrik Mumm (known from Adaro and the Anne Wylie Band).
After the somewhat experimental Here in my Void, The Invisible Man (Live) (11:49) is again a real prog song with guitars, intricate structures and keyboard solos galore.
The EP is released digitally and can be found in the usual portals (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music or iTunes).
The upcoming studio album will be available at the festival. It is also already available for pre-order at JustForKicks.