Smooth and wonderfully beautiful
Due to COVID-19, the MARBLE SOUNDS concert is going to be an 'ABnormal concert' and is being rescheduled from 13/10 to Thursday, October 15th 2020.
During these concerts, wearing a mask is mandatory and only bubbles of 1 and 2 people can be seated.What if you want to come with 3 people? You buy I duo bubble and 1 solo bubble. One of your friends will be sitting alone on the balcony. Same goes for all odd numbers.
You can read more about the ABnormal safety measures here.
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We would like to inform you that you can also ask for a refund in the form of an AB concert voucher. This voucher is valid for 1,5 years. We would like nothing more than to see you at AB again.
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Focus Knack once wrote that 'Marble Sounds is our local Death Cab for Cutie' but nothing could be further from the truth. What’s more, the Belgian indie band with members from Brussels, Bruges and Ghent is certainly a match for the big boys from America. With their fine mix of indie, pop, post-rock and electro, their music is always easy on the ears.
Marble Sounds puts out a new album 'Traces/Recast' (that’s right, an anagram!) on Record Store Day 2020. Doing so via the ever adored Zealrecords that is also celebrating its 20th birthday in 2020! So it should be twice the fun with this fine anniversary and a surely wonderful concert by Marble Sounds in AB Club!
Support band will be Yùrt. Brecht Plasschaert (Marble Sounds, Yuko), in collaboration with a set of musician and producer friends, uses this project to launch a new Ghent sound that sparks the imagination.
For fans of The Bony King Of Nowhere, The Postal Service, Band of Horses, Broken Social Scene, Bon Iver