Time: 2013.5.7 Tuesday 20:30
Venue: B10 Live, North District, Shantou Street, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Orgazizer：OCT Loft Culture Development Co., Ltd
Event planning：B10 Live
At Door: 80 RMB
Advance: 60 RMB
B10 Live Tel. : 0755 86337602 (10:00-17:30)
Doors open at 20:00, first come first served.
No guarantee for seats.
How to buy the tickets:
1/ You can buy the tickets in the Old Heaven Books.
Address: 120#, A5, North District, OCT-Loft
2/ Online ticket booking service via
New Noise is very proud to announce a 12 city China tour for Swedish indierockers Immanu El.
The band will play both Strawberry Festivals in Beijing and Shanghai and play a big handfull of shows around the country. After their very succesful first Chinese tour, the band will now present a complete new version of their first well received album They’ll come, They come. A must see for fans of Swedish postrock romanticism or hauntingly whispering hover-pop. This is Sigur Rós without fairy-tale forest!
IMMANU EL started as a musical experiment in 2004 by 16-year-old Claes Strängberg, soon joined by his twin brother Per and old friends David Lillberg, Jonatan Josefsson and Robin Ausberg. The ambition has, ever since the start, been to create something captivating and beautiful - and the ways of achieving this have been evolving differently. During the first year, while studying in high school, they started to create music in an old barn in the countryside outside the town of Jönköping. The first demo 'Killerwhale EP' was sold out, spread all over the world and the band got the chance to make numerous shows around Sweden after being selected as "Rookies of 2005" by Hultsfredfestivalen. After finishing high school the band signed with And The Sound Records, moved to Gothenburg and got two other friends who joined the band, David Lillberg and Jonatan Josefsson. The debut album "They’ll Come, They Come" was released in 2007 and was followed by the first tours in Europe the next year.
Together with the labelmates in EF, the band took over And The Sound Records, made it completely independent and runned by the artists themselves with licensing- and distribution partners all over the world. The second album "Moen" was released in late 2009 and the band continued to focus on making live shows all over Europe. With more than 300 concerts in 30 countries for the last four years, the band has gained a growing reputation to be one of the most promising bands from Scandinavia today. As a result of hard work, heavy touring and two well received albums; established magazines and medias (Rolling Stone, Visions, Metro, Vice, Uncle Sally's, Vodafone Live, Eclipsed and many more) also started to pay attention to Immanu El.
After four years on the Swedish West Coast, their relationship with the sea has left a clear trace upon the latest album, 'In Passage,' which was released October 29th, 2011. In Fall of 2012, Immanu El performed for at Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Filter's Culture Collide Festival in Los Angeles, and CMJ Music Marathon in New York. The band is already booked for SXSW, Canadian Music Week, Strawberry Festival (Beijing/Shanghai) and several European festivals for 2013.
"One of the biggest Swedish pop-hopes right now" – METRO
"Immanu El is not only a project but - as sentimental as it might sound - an affair of the heart." – VISIONS
”Swedish postrock romanticism or hauntingly whispering hover-pop. Sigur Rós without fairy-tale forest” - ROLLING STONE