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Kapa TultDie Lange Nacht der Musik (The Long Night of Music) 2024

Four young people in a wood-panelled room crammed full of things.
Copyright: Betty Einhaus

“I want to change everything; I just don’t know how.” The Leipzig band Kapa Tult looks for solutions to everyday problems and sing about it in the hope of finding like-minded people. “Power pop complete with rock freak-out in an embrace of fun and feminism,” writes music magazine Musikexpress. With Deaf Performance

“I want to change everything; I just don’t know how.” The Leipzig band Kapa Tult looks for solutions to everyday problems and sing about it in the hope of finding like-minded people. “Power pop complete with rock freak-out in an embrace of fun and feminism,” writes music magazine Musikexpress. With Deaf Performance

“We are heroes in the students’ digs, [indie band] Schnipo Schranke on speed, blond siblings at heart.”

Julia Köhler, Minutenmusik

With deaf performance

Kapa Tult’s performance will be complemented by deaf performer Ilknur Warnecke. Deaf herself, she will present a performance alongside the band’s sound – making music visible, accessible and perceptible to all the senses through sign language. Visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing are welcome to attend this and other events of the Long Night of Music at Gasteig HP8 free of charge. There is a mobile GSD service at the “Meeting Point” in Gasteig HP8 and an inclusion team available to answer questions and provide support. Registration by 10 May at info@barrierefrei-feiern.de.

About the band

Kapa Tult tell of a date that holds the promise of romance but ends up being little more than a cake feast; of standing in the schoolyard, asking yourself: “Why are they all cool and I’m not?”; of discovering yet again that the supermarket stocks condoms but still no dental dams; about beating your head against a brick wall.

The release of the Leipzig band’s debut album, Es schmeckt nicht, in the summer of 2023 was followed by first festival performances, support act appearances for Von Wegen Lisbeth and Das Lumpenpack, and their first tour. Now, Kapa Tult are again taking to the road on a headlining tour in April 2024.

 

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“Their punky indie pop is characterised by lo-fi aesthetics, the lyrics are in a class of their own: like a diary, they sing about fears, insecurities, and both complicated and easy relationships. And, very explicitly, about sex. And all that with a relaxed, genuine, feminist attitude.”

Martin Böttcher, Tagesspiegel