Banglist impress with second single Come For Me

Banglist Klunkekranich Asdis elinejduijsens new single come for me

If you read us regularly you’ll know that we are now a record label too, and that we’ve signed a band called Banglist, who we’ve decided are officially the best band in Berlin, if not the world…

And we have news!

Yes, news. After releasing first single Fearless at the beginning of April we have just proudly put out Banglist’s second single, an unashamedly pop banger called Come For Me, last Friday. A raunchily erotic rockpop dance number, we have no doubt that it’ll be coming out of club speakers everywhere very soon! As we speak it’s climbing up the Spotify charts, sneaking its way into multiple playlists and insinuating itself into people’s frontal cortexes up and down the country.

Banglist bassist Per Monstad had this to say: “Come for me is one of the oldest ideas we ever came up with, long before Banglist became Banglist. It’s a song we wrote together with our good friend Alex Monty, an early member of the band who we unfortunately parted ways with long ago. The song has developed over a couple of years playing it live, and while some of it was first recorded in 2017, most was re-done in the Famous Gold Watch studio, with the great Cameron Laing. The next single will be more low key, soul inspired and will see the light of day mid-August.”

Photo by Eline J. Duijsens

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Check it out and do us a favour: Please listen, share, tell people, spread the word, come to the gigs, do us proud 🙂

Noel Maurice is one of the founders of indieberlin. Originally from the UK via a childhood in Johannesburg, he has been resident in Berlin since 1991. Describing himself as a 'recovering musician', he is the author of The Berlin Diaires, a trilogy detailing the East Berlin art and squat scene of the early 90s, available on Amazon and through this site.

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