15. Sep 2018 I Heart Sharks
I Heart Sharks “Auf Wiedersehen” – Die Haie machen Schluss

Die Berliner Band I Heart Sharks verkündete über einen Post auf ihren Social Media Kanälen, dass nach 10 Jahre, 3 Studio Alben und unzähligen Konzerten, die Indie-Helden Pierre Bee, Simon Wangemann, Martin Wolf und Craig Miller nach einer letzten Tour getrennte Wege gehen werden.

Die 4 Wahl-Berliner aus London, New York und Leipzig, die mit ihrer einzigartigen und energievollen Live Shows zu Bekanntheit gelangten, waren seit 2007 fester Bestandteil der deutschen Tourlandschaft und spielten u.a. Support für White Lies und Friendly Fires.

Die vier letzten Konzerte zelebrieren ihre Reise von trashigen Berliner Houseparties zu den großen Bühnen.

Das Statement der Band in voller Länge:

A message to you:

After 10 years as I Heart Sharks we have decided it is time to say “Auf Wiedersehen”.

Surprisingly enough, even after spending hundreds of days and thousands of hours holed up together in tour buses, tiny hotel rooms, scorching hot practice rooms, freezing cold studios, waiting for planes at airports or stranded by the side of motorway after a tyre burst, we are still great friends and will hopefully remain so long after our band’s existence.

We would like to thank all of you from the very bottom of our shark hearts.

This has been a dream - and in some dark times a nightmare - that we have been able to live only because enough of you love our music as much as we do. Thank you for turning up to our concerts, thank you for listening to our songs, thank you to all who helped and gave hours of their lives for us for free, thank you for making a bunch of confused twenty-somethings feel like they had a sense of direction in life.

We will be playing four last shows this fall to celebrate our decade as I Heart Sharks.

Let’s burn down the house and dance in the colour of fire.

As ever,
Simon, Pierre, Martin & Craig

I Heart Sharks “Auf Wiedersehen” – The sharks break up

The Berlin-based band I Heart Sharks announced via a their social media channels that after 10 years, 3 studio albums and countless shows, the indie-heroes Pierre Bee, Simon Wangemann, Martin Wolf and Craig Miller would be going their separate ways after one final tour.

The 4 members from London, New York and Leipzig, who came to fame through their unique and energetic live shows, were a regular fixture in the German touring scene and played support tours with the likes of White Lies and Friendly Fires.

The four last concerts will celebrate their journey from trashy Berlin houseparties all the way to the bigger stages.

The band’s statement in full:

A message to you:

After 10 years as I Heart Sharks we have decided it is time to say “Auf Wiedersehen”.

Surprisingly enough, even after spending hundreds of days and thousands of hours holed up together in tour buses, tiny hotel rooms, scorching hot practice rooms, freezing cold studios, waiting for planes at airports or stranded by the side of motorway after a tyre burst, we are still great friends and will hopefully remain so long after our band’s existence.

We would like to thank all of you from the very bottom of our shark hearts.

This has been a dream - and in some dark times a nightmare - that we have been able to live only because enough of you love our music as much as we do. Thank you for turning up to our concerts, thank you for listening to our songs, thank you to all who helped and gave hours of their lives for us for free, thank you for making a bunch of confused twenty-somethings feel like they had a sense of direction in life.

We will be playing four last shows this fall to celebrate our decade as I Heart Sharks.

Let’s burn down the house and dance in the colour of fire.

As ever,
Simon, Pierre, Martin & Craig


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