We already payed the production costs of the album but need your help with pressing and promotion cost.
Since 2016 we are working on our debut album. So far we have been on the road as an acoustic duo but the studio recordings gave us the opportunity to let our imagination run wild. We took several month and experimented with all kinds of instruments and arrangements to find the perfect sound. We finished the recordings a short while ago and are now approaching the next step: Releasing the album on CD and Vinyl.
We would like to release „Left Unsaid“ in April/May on all established platforms. Download, CD and our heart's desire – on Vinyl.
This campaign is therefor directed to all of you who love music and support bands by going on concerts and buying the songs.
Our music is wanderlust & homesickness, love of adventure & feeling of security, it means the wish to change everything & to feel totally happy in the moment!
These are the contrasts of life that are pushing us to write our songs. We want to inspire, to be thought provoking and to bring happiness to those who hear our songs. By supporting this project you are helping us to realize this dream.
Releasing an album has many steps which have to be financed like GEMA fee, promotion or making the music available on platforms like iTunes and spotify. Besides that there is the actual pressing of CDs, designing the artwork, printing the cover and booklet both for CD and Vinyl. Formost the last is an expensive wish that we would love to realize.
And if we achieve our second goal we have many ideas for great music videos.
Johanna Eicker began her musical education with Piano and Violin. Soon she discovered her passion for Pop and Rock music and began playing the electric guitar at the age of 14. In 2002 she and her sister found the Rock band “The Black Sheep”. The band had their breakthrough in 2008. They released two albums and were well known in Germany and beyond.
Today Johanna Eicker is touring with many projects which vary from “Rockemarieche” - a Kölsch-Rockebilly band to being the TV Show band for Carolin Kebekus.
Linda Laukamp studied the Violoncello at Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln. Since finishing her studies she works as a freelance musician in various projects and as a violoncello teacher. Her musical passion ranges from Singer/Songwriter to Heavy Metal which allows her to go on tour with Pop Bands like "Wincent Weiss” as well as touring worldwide with her Metal Band “Lyriel”. Besides that she is part of many classical formations both with the Violoncello and the Viola da Gamba. For example with her Early Music Ensemble “Lord Grey's Delight”.