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Falk Louis

Falk Louis

Composer & Songwriter from Berlin, Germany

The music of composer and songwriter Falk Louis is not meant to make people happy. It unveils what lies behind the facade of our society: Certain feelings we all experience yet rarely talk about. The young multi-instrumentalist from Berlin constructs fragile compositions that explore the subconscious mind through haunting guitar lines, sad piano patterns and a gentle voice narrating kafkaesque lyrics. To pin him down to a genre is pointless – incorporating influences from classical and electronic music to noise rock, he is an always changing, never settling artist creating his own style.

Seeing Falk live means fully immersing yourself in an intimate world of unsynchronized loops, painful distortion and smooth reverb. He prepares his main instrument – the electric guitar – with all kinds of household objects to create unusual acoustic sounds which feel electronic. With just one person on stage, the songs are stripped down to the core, showing their true essence.

Each of Falks records follows a distinct concept, from the lyrics and sounds to the artwork – all of which he creates himself. 2016 saw the release of “The Leap Into The Dark”, an album exploring fear, anxiety and panic attacks through orchestral build-ups and intertwined ballads. Just before recording his third album, Falk broke his little finger in a bicycle accident – which left him no choice but to write all new songs. The result, „Submechanophobia”, revolves around the abyss of the subconscious and is built on recurring motives and themes related to the deep sea. The album is scheduled for March 2018.

Upcoming Shows

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09/03/18 Berlin Pk Bar Germany
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