Dogstar (with Keanu Reeves) soon in France

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The American alternative rock group Dogstar, in which Keanu Reeves plays bass, announces a Paris date planned for 2024.

dog star see you on June 2 at La Cigale (Paris). For the moment, this is their only concert announced in France. Places will be available from this Thursday, February 15 at 10 a.m. via the organizer’s website.

The American trio composed of Bret Domrose (vocals and guitar), Robert Mailhouse (drums) and Keanu Reeves (bass) will take the opportunity to present their new album. Titled Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees, it was released in October 2023. It includes the singles “Breach” and “Everything Turns Around”.

Originally formed in 1991, Dogstar first released an EP, Quattro Fromaggi (1996), then two studio albums, Our Little Visionary (1996) and Happy Ending (2000) before separating in 2002.

20 years later, Dogstar begins to tease its return, notably with an Instagram post in July 2022 with the short message “ We’re back “. The band officially announces their reunion in May 2023 and performs their first concert in more than two decades at the BottleRock Festival in Napa Valley. Discover a taste of their live performance with their appearance on the Tonight Show, during which they perform the song “Blonde”.

Here is the tracklist and cover art for Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees :

  1. Blonde hair
  2. How the Story Ends
  3. Everything Turns Around
  4. Overhang
  5. Dillon Street
  6. Lily
  7. Lust
  8. Glimmer
  9. Sunrise
  10. Sleep
  11. Upside
  12. Breach

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