You’d have to live under a rock not to know Jana Bahrich’s Francis of Delirium. With three EPs (‘All Change’, ‘Wading’ and ‘The Funhouse’), the band have quickly caught attention in Luxembourg and way beyond our borders. A restless energy and desire to connect with the listener lies at the core of Francis of Delirium, with Jana’s personal lyrics being underpinned by an undeniable rock sound that is as liberating as it is intense. Hailed as a Gen Zer excitingly redrawing 90s classic indie rock, the band also display a deep admiration for contemporary acts such as Car Seat Headrest, Japanese Breakfast, Mitski, Phoebe Bridgers and Sufjan Stevens.
Haru Nemuri is a Japanese singer-songwriter and poetry rapper. Her musical style mixes influences from J‑pop to rap, post-hardcore, experimental pop, art rock, and electronica.
Fast-rising rock’n’roll ravers Fat Dog are the talk-of-the-town as their off-kilter approach to jazz, punk, and blues is a total knockout. Loved by all who bask in their collective anarchy, and feared by those who value their bedtime, Fat Dog exist to be seen live. With a dog-mask clad drummer, and screeching frontman, they’ll be sure to lurk in your minds well beyond the final discord.
+ Live painting performance by Pasko
as part of Voie 15
Hailing from the Brill, Patrick Fernandes, a.k.a Pasko, is part of a new generation of Luxembourg artists. Influenced by hip hop culture, he started out as a graffiti artist before taking on abstract art and experimenting with black and white, while being very active with his collective Shapes. You’ll likely find Pasko roaming around industrial sites in search of inspiration.