with on tour 2020:...
with on tour 2020:

18.11.2020 - Bremen - Lila Eule
20.11.2020 - London (GB) - The Black Heart
25.11.2020 - Stuttgart - Club Cann
26.11.2020 - Frankfurt - Nachtleben
28.11.2020 - Zwickau - Mithras Garden Festival
4.12.2020 - Ljubljana (SVN) - Orto Bar
9.12.2020 - Nürnberg - Club Stereo
11.12.2020 - Leipzig - Moritzbastei
12.12.2020 - Berlin - Quasimodo
13.12.2020 - Hannover - Mephisto
15.12.2020 - Hamburg - Nochtspeicher
16.12.2020 - Utrecht (NL) - Tivoli Vredenburg
17.12.2020 - Oberhausen - Kulttempel
18.12.2020 - Luxemburg (LU) - Kulturfabrik

Luxembourgish singer-songwriter Jerome Reuter founded ROME (the name is derived from his first name) in 2005 and has since recorded and released groundbreaking albums in the underground folk and post-industrial music world at a breathtaking pace. ROME’s musical and lyrical world is genuinely unique, blending traditional songwriting craftsmanship, unusual arrangements and fine poetry into one monstrous and intimate musical output that combines chanson, dark ambient, apocalyptic folk, pop, acoustic rock, martial industrial, cold wave -- all rolled into one impressive avantgarde package. Over a series of remarkable concept albums, the Luxembourgish artist has developed a unique ‘poetry of longing’ which rings out from the dark melancholic mist of rootlessness and which gives expression to a comprehensive feeling of modern forlornness. The protagonists of his music are the unintentional ‘rebels’ of Camus, contemporaries from the turbulent epochs of the 20th century: the banished and the hunted; the despised and the misunderstood. Reuter’s songs are firmly in the tradition of chansonier heroes like JACQUES BREL and LÉO FERRÉ, but in a strange mélange with the darker brands of (post-)industrial music culture. Rome’s lyrics are inspired by world literature from Camus to Genet and Jerome’s frequent use of collage and sampling techniques serves to create a new kind of intertextuality between word and sound. The lyrical beauty of Reuter's compositions, the depths of his poetry and the complex experimental arrangements make ROME an unusually challenging musical experience.
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