Saturday 26 October 2019




The French collective Nouvelle Vague became successful over ten years ago with a concept that worked wonders: new wave songs from the 80s wrapped in a bossa nova sound. Songs of Joy Division, Depeche Mode , The Sisters of Mercy and Dead Kennedy’s in a way you’ve never heard before: with a Brazillian rythm, with sensual chanteuse and a very talented band. Even skeptics that visited shows admitted that Bizarre Love Triangle is the perfect sound to lounge to. You can see it in real life yourself on October 26th in PAARD.

  • € 30,00
  • Grote Zaal
  • 19:00
  • 19:30

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

Their debut album ‘Nouvelle Vague‘ from 2004 has become a modern classical. It’s a versatile album with lots of experimental sounds, covered in a strong concept of postpunk and new wave which is translated to easy listening and bossa nova. The band sold over a million albums under the directions of producer-duo Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux’ and they performed at places like the Royal Albert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. Their newest album ‘Curiousities‘ shines a new light on these sessions with new unreleased covers of The Smits, Devo and U2.

Support: Bobbi
Bobbi is the alter ego of singer Margriet Planting, who became famous being the basist of Zazi. She toured from the American westcoast and Canado to Cape Town but now it’s time to go on by herself. On July 1st she released her debut album Dans Mon Lit, with the help of producer Reyn Ouwehand. He produced songs with musicians like Vanessa Paradis and Benjamin Biolay.