BRUNHILDE – “To Cut A Long Story Short”: A wild “female fronted” crossover party begins on the 26th of February 202110.12.2020
BRUNHILDE reveal details about their upcoming debut album!
Official Press Release by Count & Countess
Attention, (music-) world! BRUNHILDE is coming! With a vengeance. The band with the legendary name will release their highly anticipated album To Cut A Long Story Short on the 26th of February 2021!
The pre-released singles by the rising stars of Rock, fronted by dream woman Caro Loy, had everyone gagging for more – in February '21, after appetizers such as their debut single When You Were Born (I Was Already Dead) or the potentially addictive EP Choir Boy, the band will finally release a 14-track album – including a breath-taking cover version of the Nina Hagen classic So Bad!
Singer Caro Loy and guitarist Kurt Bauereiß were discovered by none other than producer Charlie Bauerfeind (Motörhead, Blind Guardian, Helloween, ...). He reveals: “I thought the band was cool straight away – also because BRUNHILDE are musically very multi-faceted. I helped the band to get straight to the point and to bring some structure into their writing. We broke down all the songs to their very basic structures. We wanted the pure essence of the songs.”
Guitarist Kurt Bauereiß adds: “In the end we wanted everything to be very straight-forward, without any filling material. That's why almost all of the songs are around three minutes long.” All according to the (album-) motto: To Cut A Long Story Short!
And there's one more thing, all songs have in common: a magical mixture of hard riffs and blonde poison with bucket loads of passion!
Attention people! BRUNHILDE is coming – in a big way! Arrival on 26.02.2021!!!
To Cut A Long Story Short
1. Miss God
2. Hell Or High Water
4. Where Are You Going?
5. When You Were Born (I Was Already Dead)
6. In My Head
7. All Is Lost
8. Come Out Come Out
9. I'm Crying
10. Choir Boy
11. Digging Ditches
12. Sleep With My Enemy
13. So Bad
14. It's All Lies
Label: Count & Countess (LC 92195)
Distribution: SAOL/Kontor New Media
To close the gap, watch Brunhilde's video for their latest single Where Are You Going? here: