'77: Total success in their European shows + new video!

Last 28th September, ’77 (SEVENTY SEVEN) started their European tour at Frannz Club (Berlin), and they'll be travelling through the continent for six weeks. For the first part of the tour they are the Bullet's special guests, with powerful Screamer opening every evening, and after their first four dates, we can talk about absolut success. Bullet is one of the bands that are gaining more importance now. Their album 'Full Pull' has entered the German charts in #56 and #3 in their homeland's charts. ’77 are taking the chance and making the most of it with their infectious rock n’ roll  and unrivaled live performances. Dolphin, drummer of the band, is doing a tour diary where you can follow the band's daily adventures. Check '77's tour diary here.

After this first leg of the tour together with Bullet (17 dates that will take them to Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Belgium and Sweden), the band will follow their own way for another 14 dates to visit Sweden and Germany again, and also Switzerland and Finland. Don't miss them!

'77 on tour in Europe:
9th October, dB's, Utretch (Netherlands)
10th October, Logo, Hamburg (Germany)
11th October, KB, Malmö (Sweden)
12th October, Debaser, Stockholm (Sweden)
13th October, Pustervik, Gothenburg (Sweden)
16th October, Luekaz, Lünen (Germany)
17th October, AJZ Bahnhamm, Wermelskirchen (Germany)
18th October, Florinsmarkt, Koblenz (Germany)
19th October, Vortex, Siegen (Germany) 
20th October, Walfisch, Freiburg (Germany)
21st October, Ludwigsburg (Germany)
26th October, Hirscheneck, Basel (Switzerland)
27th October, Rock in Rüti, Rüti (Switzerland)
28th October, Silo 1, Töging am inn (Germany)
31st October, Lillpuben, Sandviken (Sweden)
1st November, Kulturgaraget, Avesta (Sweden)
2nd November, Dino's Bar, Mariehamn (Finland)
3rd November, H62, Stockholm (Sweden)
9th November, Pub Stones, Lleida (Spain)
10th November, Four Seasons, Castellón (Spain)
7th December, Ducsaal, Freudenburg (Germany)
8th December, Speedfest, Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Back to studio life, it is already confirmed that Nick Andersson will produce the band again in their third album, which should get them a top reputation. Meanwhile, 'High Decibels' (Listenable Records/Kaiowas only in Spain) follows its path in Europe: over 5000 copies have already been sold and that's why a second video has just been edited, 'Give Me A Dollar', track that gathers the band's  influences from Chuck Berry and primitive rock n'roll. Have a look at it below!

¿Impresiones?