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Once frontman of the band Findus, they play their last concert in 2016 after 11 years of band history. Two years have passed and LUEAM faces the central question: How will his acoustic pattern sound like?

LUEAM sets himself apart, far away from his usual environment, his old adopted home of Hamburg and his new home in Berlin. In L.A., he explores a new sound as a solo artist and finds the right words. Back in Germany with a handful of demos, LUEAM convinces with his small club tour through Husum, Bremen, Bielefeld, Hamburg, Magdeburg and Berlin. In September, the Reeperbahn Festival invited him to play another show.

The result: a touch of Rio Reiser of the 21st century, a twist of the 80s guitar punk group ZK with a pinch of neo-soul by Frank Ocean.

Bold, experimental, convincing.

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Photos by Max Hartmann 2018

Photo by Laura Larraz 2018

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