Hailing from Milan, Italy, Prizeday embrace multi-cultural European flavours in their music and lifestyle. Claiming they exist 'between London and Milan', it's no surprise that they are eager to tour the UK this autumn - but to promote a song with a modern historical German twist.
'Punk Singer For A Night In Berlin' is a driving pseudo-punk 80's style pop tale, described here by Quarry from the band:
"A vision of myself playing under Brandenburg Gate that particular night when the Berlin wall was coming down. A portrayal of a schizophrenic, consumistic, sick but always exciting city after the fall of the wall."
The fall of the Berlin Wall marked an end to an era of division in European history, making the subject appealing to a band who mix musical trends, blending styles to form a haunting but catchy narrative on the world they exist in, comparative to the one they grew up in. The bands openness to ideas from all facets of modern life after social change reflects their passion for touring, with the UK a focal point for their inspiration and efforts. They performed a highlight show at Brighton's Great Escape Festival this year, as well as successfully touring to promote their previous record, 'War Zone' - a song which looked forward to a post atomic global landscape featuring chaos, a controlling class system, and robots. Not limited to audio-media, their accompanying film of the same title was showcased at Cannes film festival.
The band are in the UK supporting The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, most famous for his classic hit single 'Fire', but who's latest song 'The Unknown' also reflects the changing world.
Don't miss Prizeday in the UK in October:
17th Oct Swansea The Garage
18th Oct Birmingham The Rainbow
19th Oct Liverpool The Kazimer