AnnasaidpostLast Saturday, on 19. April 2014, the indie-rock quartet Annasaid invited to a release concert at Rust – where they introduced their upcoming second album “Rite De Passage” to Copenhagen’s ears. Said long-player will be released on Monday, 28. April 2014*

Obviously hooked on energy and with the live-support of Andreas Campbell from Rupture Plains , the four-piece fired off a set of musical explosions and provided a party, that truly underlined their name as damn energetic live-act: five musicians jumping, dancing, hopping on the drum set – bursting sounds that hit you with their will to break-out.

A true challenge to snap impressions in-between all those moving bodies and the own urge to dance – have a look below on what we still managed to catch.

*in case you are so impatient as we are when it comes to fresh Danish music – head over to our friends at nothingbuthopeandpassion to already stream the album now!

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