Not long ago Line Bøgh delighted us with her latest single “I know a place”. The melodic song about discovering your own Alter Ego, who will show you the way to something completely new and give you an inspiring get-away from your well-developed routines, has stuck to our ears for some time now. But it wasn’t only the song that caught our attention, but also the artistic concept Line and the artist Christian Gundtoft developed around this and several other songs of Line. For a very intense storytelling experience, they integrated individually created visuals in the concerts. This gives the audience a very special experience and an even closer connection to the lyrics.

We were curious about how Line and Christian came up with this special concept of combining music and visual art and asked them a few questions. Enjoy our little video interview with both of them and learn more about this exciting combination of art and music.

Do you want to see it live? Then check out Line’s upcoming tour dates – presented by Good because Danish:

12.04.2018 – Berlin (DE): Kugelbahn (+ visuals)
13.04.2018 –  Eckernförde (DE): Spieker (+ visuals)
17.04.2018 – Zittau (DE): Kronenkino (+ visuals)
18.04.2018 – Chemnitz (DE): Lesecafé Odradek (+ visuals)
19.04.2018 – Dredsen (DE): Wulbert’s Cafe und Bar (+ visuals)
20.04.2018 – Chemnitz (DE): Wohnzimmer (+ visuals) – event on Facebook
21.04.2018 – Ranis (DE): Literatur- und Kunstburg (+ visuals)
22.04.2018 – St. Peter Ording (DE): Café Instinkt (+ visuals)
06.06.2018 –  Leipzig (DE): Bei Hempels auf dem Sofa
08.06.2018 – Berlin (DE): Mastul (+ visuals) – event on Facebook
09.06.2018 – Hamburg (DE): Komm Du (+ visuals)
10.06.2018 – Bielefeld (DE): Noch jemand Wein (+ visuals)

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