Paul Kalkbrenner is making up for lost time after not being able to play live shows for the past 18 months.
With a busy schedule, Paul is releasing a brand new single ‘Si Soy Fuego’ and is fresh off headlining the renowned Exit Festival. He is also unveiling the Episode One dates of a brand new theatrical live concert tour in October, which will include screenings of a new director’s cut of the cult movie, Berlin Calling, in which Kalkbrenner starred.
‘Si Soy Fuego’ is a percussive cut that Kalkbrenner centres around a Spanish language vocal that he discovered among “a pile of demo recordings”. It’s a buoyant message encapsulating Paul’s enthusiasm for live music’s return, a sentiment mirrored in the accompanying video, shot at this past weekend’s 20th anniversary edition of Exit Festival in Serbia.
The Exit Festival gave a glimpse of what’s to come from Paul, as he performed eight tracks live for the first time. The forthcoming Episode One dates will see Kalkbrenner re-imagine his famed live concert, unveiling a brand new physical set more akin to a broadway stage than a concert, that’s been developed over the past 18 months.
Accompanying the Episode One concerts will be a unique series of screenings of Hannes Stoehr’s ‘Berlin Calling’, the iconic 2008 movie set in Berlin’s club scene in which Paul starred as the lead character Ickarus, and for which he wrote the Platinum-selling soundtrack. These screenings will be the first chance to watch Stoehr’s ‘2021 Club Edit’ of the movie, which will include never before seen footage and Stoehr’s remixed vision for the film, as well as a special pre-concert appearance from Paul himself.
You can pick up a copy of Si Soy Fuego from HERE