music | concert
  • 17.30 - 18.30
  • Admission free.

When it comes to genre, the band also say that limiting the range of songs various digital and synaptic filters allow through to reach our ears also means a limitation of genre. Yet if we follow what feels nice, either in a positive or slightly less positive way, we become free of genre and free in general.

Seven Days in May are a band without history but looking at a bright future. Before the lads even released their first single and when not even the all-knowing uncle Google had any info on them, they were eyed as the opening act for last years’ (since rescheduled) concert by the legendary The Scorpions. This speaks volumes of the quality of sound this four-member band has been armed with since the beginning.

The lads are not teenagers and this is not their first project. It is however, the first project combining their diverse musical paths into a single, polished identity of drunken guitar pop.

When it comes to genre, the band also say that limiting the range of songs various digital and synaptic filters allow through to reach our ears also means a limitation of genre. Yet if we follow what feels nice, either in a positive or slightly less positive way, we become free of genre and free in general.

Everything and everyone is rock and roll; music is nothing more than a tool to connect the human consciousness and sub-consciousness.


Seven Days in May

  • Vojko Šintler, vocals, guitar
  • Jani Klavora, guitar
  • Rok Cizelj, bass
  • Damjan Lebeničnik, drums

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